San Francisco, CA, June 01, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Author, Miriam D. Dufer, releases sophomore book of poetry entitled Stage Left. Divided into the 3 sections, Prelude, Interlude, and Coda, Stage Left is an amalgamation of rhythm, music, dance, and universal themes of race, coming of age, and philosophy. With poems such as Lady in Waiting that expresses a woman’s frustration of waiting for Mr. Right, Dufer lamets
"I’ve grown roses in my eyes
To see Adonis, flawless, statuesque
Perched upon the highest hill yet
I Feel disappointment when
I met him
In human form".
Stage Left (ISBN: 978-0-6151-4796-3) is 74 pages of non-stop, gripping poetry.
Miriam Dufer was born and raised in Alabama, where she graduated from Gordo High School. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Alabama with a degree in English and a minor in Creative Writing in 1998. She graduated from California State University Dominguez Hills in 2005 with an M.A. in Humanities with a concentration in Literature. She is now working toward her English PhD at Old Dominion University. She currently lives in Seoul, South Korea and is working on her first novel.
Also by Miriam D. Dufer:
Ask your bookseller for those you’ve missed
The Image and Identity of the Black Woman in the Poetry and Prose of Toi Derricotte (ISBN: 9780542039089)
Confessions and Other Strange Impulses: A Book of Poetry in Two Acts (ISBN: 978-1-84728-354-2)
For more information, visit the author’s website at www.mdufer.com.
Media Contact: Miriam D. Dufer, 011-822-796-4639