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Poet and journalist Nan Lundeen gives voice to rural Iowa of the 1950s "where cornfields sang in summer/and winter howled at our throats."

"In these poems, Nan harvests the stories of the land and the people that she came from and both will forever live in her well-worked lines." - Glenis Redmond, Teaching Artist & Poet.

"'Black Dirt Days celebrates farm and family, childhood and church, and ultimately even 'good death.'

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Meg has given UUWR exclusive rights to sell and/or republish all of her books.

Nan Lundeen photo by Ron DeKettNan Lundeen is a poet, grandmother, and award-winning journalist.

Nan’s articles on writing have appeared at U.K.-based lightboxoriginals.com, U.K.’s Writing Magazine, The Paddock Review, femalefirst.co.uk and The Quill, published by the South Carolina Writers’ Workshop.  Her handbook, Moo of Writing: how to milk your potential, was a finalist in the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and the 2016 National Indie Excellence Awards, writing and publishing category. She facilitates writing workshops for adults and children.

http://nanlundeen.com/

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