Perris, California by Norma Chapman

Norma Chapman, one of my longtime, best, and most talented friends, has been published by Passager Books of Baltimore, MD.  Norma’s poetic sense is precise, honest, musical, and loaded.  Accessible on its face, a Chapman poem can reach deep into your own soul, just as it came from the depths of Norma’s.

And besides all that, I love Norma!  We have been close friends and have worked together for a million years and she is one of the benefits of east coast living that I miss the most.

So buy her book, because money is one of  our societal tokens of positive enforcement and success.

Use the link below:

Perris, California by Norma Chapman.

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About Stein Ink

Gertrude Stein's cousin. Writer, Reader, Knitter. STARR Restaurant Reporter and Virtual Travel Editor for the Tri-City Voice, serving communities East of the Bay (as in San Francisco Bay Area). Married with one wife, one small dog, and an irritable cat. Raised on the East Coast, where they have an "edge" not found out here in California. Two grown children: good men with families.
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One Response to Perris, California by Norma Chapman

  1. Norma Chapman says:

    Dearest Denny,

    Thank you so much for this. It makes me feel like tearing up.

    Miss you,

    Love,

    Norma

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