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Carol Mikoda’s poetry is a way of exploring the world. She is retired after many years teaching writing with teens and then preparing new teachers. Some of her work has appeared in Capsule Stories, New Feathers Anthology, Grief Becomes You, Children, Churches, & Daddies, and Acta Victoriana. She lives with her partner on Seneca Lake in upstate New York where she walks, skis, sails, photographs clouds, flowers, and trees, and makes music.
To view this unique presentation on your laptop, click on the link below, then hit PRESENT (“Ctrl” + “F5”) to start. We encourage you to view this on a full screen, but, If you are viewing on a mobile phone, tap “Open Here” and you will find next slide arrows at the bottom of your screen.
To listen to Carol reading her poem, just click on the speaker link in the slide.