Something Borrowed, Something Blue by Lewis Bosworth
poetry, essays, art

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue is the poet’s 3rd book. Included here are new poems, work from childhood, essays, interviews and dialogue paraphrased from other sources and poetry penned by others used with permission. The images include those submitted by request of the poet. Much of these works are intensely personal. Themes are life through a gay filter, faith, health and disability, growing up and animals.

About Lewis Bosworth

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Lewis Bosworth is a linguist by training. His education includes studies at the Universities of Wisconsin and Michigan, and he was on the faculty of Wesleyan University in CT. A Midwesterner at heart, his interests include musical theatre, art, travel, GLBTQ studies, disability issues, church work and dining out. He was born in Detroit and resides in Madison, WI. He writes and reads poetry because words reflect the diversity, culture and spirit of world peoples. Young people should be taught to hear poems as fun and games and to express themselves by writing stream-of-consciousness – non-graded!
Published August 14, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 210 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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