Tangerine Blues

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NEW EDITION - Now includes 8 new poems, 3 spoken word videos & an interview!
This is a poetry book of love, life and the pain and beauty they both hold. This book is sectioned like eating a ripe piece of fruit, Tart & Tainted for pieces of fruit you wish you didn't partake of, Scintillatingly Sweet for ripe mango moments and The Flesh & The Skin for times when the entirety of life are explored. More
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About Tanefa Wallace

T.S. Wallace has been many things and most recently got paid to teach English to teenagers. Now, she's out of the classroom, but still guiding students in her own way. She has co-edited and been published in Octopus Dreams, Poetry in Baltimore's first anthology as well as been published in Poetry Ink's Tenth Anniversary Anthology and is now currently working on three novels in different stages of development from finished and in the editing and revising process, to only an outline.

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Reviews of Tangerine Blues by Tanefa Wallace

Karen Doniere reviewed on Feb. 7, 2014

I was excited to download Tangerine Blues and started reading it on my smart phone during my insomniac filled nights. After reading After Burn and Shark Bait, I was eager to read more. But I realized that I couldn’t continue reading something so real and filled with imagery and fly word play on my phone during the mid-morning hours. I wanted to print Tangerine Blues so I could continue reading it. As an avid reader I like the how an old-fashioned, traditional book feels in my hands. Nonetheless, I needed to print the e-book so I could touch it, bend the pages, and write notes in the margins when Tanefa’s words moved me. And, I did just that. I have many favorite poems in Tangerine Blues, many of which evoked sadness, memories, hope, pride, and curiosity. I’m so glad I bought it and you will be too!
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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