Stacy Lynn Mar

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Biography of Stacy Lynn Mar

Stacy Lynn Mar is a poet, though she sometimes write the occasional short story, or personal essay. She is a Native of Kentucky, where she was born on February 24th,1982, and raised in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains.

Stacy earned her Bachelor of Arts in Human Services at Lindsey Wilson College, in Columbia, Kentucky and is currently enrolled at Capella University where she is earning a Masters in Counseling Studies. Upon graduation, Stacy plans to attend earn her MFA in Creative Writing at Eastern Kentucky University.

Stacy has been published in several ezines and poetry journals, some including All Things Girl, Mastodon Dentist, Poets Haven, The Dande Review, and three times in her college's literary magazine, The Cut-Thru Review.

Stacy currently has one book in publication, titled Anonymous Confessions. She is expecting the release of her second book of poetry, titled Deeper Than Pink, in the summer of '09. You can contact Stacy and learn more about her at www.stacylynnmar.com.

Stacy Lynn Mar's Works:

Anonymous Confessions

Back Cover: Anonymous Confessions is a triumphant account of a college girl in her sometimes poignant, sometimes sentimental, quest for love. The book is a collection of compelling poetry, journal entries, love letters and personal memoirs that promise not to disappoint. Stacy’s play on words and poetic prophecies of love will capture your heart and draw you right into her world of romantic whims. If you have ever loved another, you are sure to relate well to the author and revisit your own romantic past as you read her words.

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So Long

Yesterday is a small box closing
Upon each one of my bones, those warriors.
Primitive, I am a shadow of the woman ancestor
Who sanctioned for me parts of herself.
Small hands, those tiny caterpillars that bloomed
And grew and wrinkled, and held on till time broke.
Bright blue eyes, wishing specters, unwilling participants
To the insubordination and inconsistency of faltering promises.
I am part of that woman-past, I am reminiscent of her girlhood.

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