Tomato a.m.

Some of these poems are previously unpublished; others were self-published in the chapbooks False Hounds (1996) and Fallow (1997). A few were included in the collection Lady of the Shuttles (1996), published within the anthology Calabash, a project of the Writing, Literature and Publishing Division, Emerson College. More

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About Krista Gromalski

Krista Gromalski is a writer and co-founder of Heron’s Eye Communications. She is a native of Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, Schuylkill County — the heart of the anthracite coal region — and currently lives in Pike County near the Upper Delaware River. She is pursuing her M.A. in Sustainable Business and Communities at Goddard College.

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Review by: Mushkie on July 2, 2011 : (no rating)
Tomato a.m. is full of evocative and often touching and always engaging poems. Gromalski's use of inventive language pull the reader in to each poem, and her sensitive ear captures the music of language. Two of my favorites are "Prying the Blackness from Midnight" and "Belonging to the Lord." I'm glad I purchased this e-book because I want to revisit the poems again and again, since I find deeper meaning in them with repeated readings. Gromalski's work is beautiful!
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