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To begin with, freethought and metaphor represent my two kinds of publications: a freethought biography and books of poetry.

Beyond that, they are two ways I believe the creative mind should address the world: always looking beyond dogma and ever on the lookout for unexpected parallels.

Ellen Roberts Young is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Accidents (2004) and The Map of Longing (2009) both published by Finishing Line Press, and the 2011 historical biography, John Emerson Roberts: Kansas City’s “Up-to-date” Freethought Preacher.  See more on the Books page.

She is also one of five poets who have combined their work in Ascent: Five Southwestern Women Poets.

She lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where she is a co-editor of Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. fivereflections
    Jul 19, 2012 @ 21:20:51

    hi Ellen… you can quote me whenever you want to…

    thanks for asking…

    hope it is lovely in NM – we are hoping to retire there someday in the near future.

    David in Maine USA

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  2. barbarafranken
    Aug 08, 2013 @ 00:33:54

    Thank you Ellen for visiting my blog and feeling the energy… I am sure we will both enjoy each others writings and new friendship… You are a thoughtful writer and it’s great that you are publishing another book… Barbara

    Reply

  3. Simple Living Works!
    Aug 08, 2013 @ 15:58:57

    Good to hear from you!
    I hope you’ll catch my new PODCAST at http://simpleliving.startlogic.com/SLW-PODCAST/

    Peace,
    Gerald “Jerry” Iversen, Chief Activist, Simple Living Works!

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