Changes of Heart

These five short stories tell, each in their own way, what people do when change enters their lives.
Written clearly and concisely, the stories are tragic, ironic, touching, and hopeful.
Whether it's about love, loneliness, or the yearning for recognition, in each story a decision must be made to give up, or to keep going, in the face of new situations.
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Published: June 10, 2013
Words: 11,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301368839
About Patricia Ryan

BIOGRAPHY
Patricia Ryan
WRITER

Patricia Ryan is a published and produced playwright, poet, and author.
She has written two novels, SKYLARK and WAR IN A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.
Her account of 9/11 is published by Doubleday in SEPTEMBER 11: AN ORAL HISTORY, and included in the World Trade Center Memorial archives.
Patricia Ryan’s book, LIVING WITH THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE, is included in the libraries of the Museum of the City of New York, The New York Historical Society, the New York Public Library, the New York City Mayor’s Office, the New York State Senate, the Office of the President of the Borough of Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Her published theater works are included in the archives of the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, and in Poet's Theater: An Anthology of Recent Works (Ailanthus). They are also listed in Theater World (Crown) and New York's Other Theater (Avon)
Ms. Ryan's poetry and plays have been performed at the Double Image Theater, American Renaissance Theater, The American Ensemble Theater Company, Theater of the Open Eye, Soho Rep, New York University's Theater on the Square, Woman's Interart, the Writers' Stage, Inc., the Golden Fleece Chamber Opera Company, and the Pulse Theatre on Theatre Row, all in New York City.
Her poetry has appeared in NEW YORK QUARTERLY, ISLAND FIRE, SEAWANHAKA, THE RAGGED EDGE, FRISSON, FREE FOCUS, and THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
WHIMSYand HELIOTROPE, The Joiurnal of Poetry, She is also the author four poetry chapbooks: Small Betrayals of the Mind, How Many Bears Can We Run From, Candlestick, and At Eye Level.

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Email: poetpatsy@gmail.com
BIOGRAPHY
Patricia Ryan
POETRY

Patricia Ryan is a poet, playwright and author.
Her poetry has appeared in NEW YORK QUARTERLY, ISLAND FIRE, SEAWANHAKA, THE RAGGED EDGE, FRISSON, FREE FOCUS, THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WHIMSY, FREE FALL and HELIOTROPE, the Journal of Poetry. Her poetry is included in the Poet’s House Collection, one of the most comprehensive poetry libraries in the United States.
She is also the author four poetry chap books: Small Betrayals of the Mind, How Many Bears Can We Run From, Candlestick, and At Eye Level.
Her poems have been set to music and performed by The American Ensemble Theater and the Golden Fleece Chamber Opera Company.
Her published theater works are included in the archives of the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, and in POET’S THEATER : An Anthology of Recent Works (Ailanthus). They are also listed in Theater World (Crown) and New York's Other Theater (Avon)
Ms. Ryan's poetry and plays have been performed at the Double Image Theater, American Renaissance Theater, The American Ensemble Theater Company, Theater of the Open Eye, Soho Rep, New York University's Theater on the Square, Woman's Interart, the Writers' Stage, Inc., the Golden Fleece Chamber Opera Company, and the Pulse Theatre on Theatre Row, all in New York City.
Her book, Living With The Brooklyn Bridge, is included in the libraries of the Museum of the City of New York, The New York Historical Society, the New York Public Library, the New York City Mayor’s Office, the New York State Senate, the Office of the President of the Borough of Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Ms. Ryan’s account of 9/11 is published by Doubleday in SEPTEMBER 11: AN ORAL HISTORY and included in the World Trade Center Memorial archives.
She has written two novels: SKYLARK and WAR IN A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.
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Email: poetpatsy@gmail.com

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