Newton Steel, Rime of the White Whale, and Trilogy(April 23rd, Ode to the Muskrat, On the Passing of the Mantis)

A celebration of the spirit of a little known depression era labor strike, a commeration of Coleridge and Melville, and a collection of three rather Wordsworthian shorter works by the late black and Cherokee poetess from Detroit, Fayette Jones-Ziegler are offered here for your consideration and pleasure.

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About Fayette Jones-Ziegler

Fayette Jones-Ziegler was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 27, 1955. She had seven older sisters and one younger brother. Living there her entire life, she graduated from Northeastern High
School in 1973 and completed requirements for her Bachelor’s degree at Wayne State University.

Of black and Cherokee heritage, she composed a number of important works during her short life,
resurrecting an almost lost epic artform in much of her work, in the tradition of Homer, Chaucer, Milton, Dante, Pope, Longfellow, Byron, Shelly, Coleridge, and others.

She married Ronald Gordon Ziegler in 1980 and they had three children, Alexander, Sarah, and Kalani. She lost her struggle with lung cancer on June 1, 1998 at the age of 43 and is buried in Detroit's historic Elmwood Cemetery.

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