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Cityscapes: Urban Treasure, Urban Detritus
By Erin Armstrong

Series Description:

Our city streets contain a multitude of objects that people have left behind, lost, or abandoned—a single tap dancing shoe, a lost lipstick lid, a forgotten mug. These wayward items represent our untold stories, our lost moments stolen by time and place. This poetry collection is a linked series that focuses on those objects that we fail to notice as we walk our sidewalks and travel down our streets.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Erin Armstrong:

Erin Armstrong received her MFA from The University of Arizona in 2011. Her work has appeared in The Blue Guitar, FoundPolariods, Marco Polo Magazine, and is forthcoming in InkinThirds, Harmony Magazine, The Museum of Americana: a Literary Review, and Fiction Southeast. She lives in Seattle, Washington.







Series Description:

Our city streets contain a multitude of objects that people have left behind, lost, or abandoned—a single tap dancing shoe, a lost lipstick lid, a forgotten mug. These wayward items represent our untold stories, our lost moments stolen by time and place. This poetry collection is a linked series that focuses on those objects that we fail to notice as we walk our sidewalks and travel down our streets.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Erin Armstrong:

Erin Armstrong received her MFA from The University of Arizona in 2011. Her work has appeared in The Blue Guitar, FoundPolariods, Marco Polo Magazine, and is forthcoming in InkinThirds, Harmony Magazine, The Museum of Americana: a Literary Review, and Fiction Southeast. She lives in Seattle, Washington.