Gwyndyn Alexander is a New Orleans poet. After the Great Levee Failure of '05, she went into exile in Austin, Texas where she still resides. She hopes someday to move back to the city, because she knows what it means to miss New Orleans with all her heart.
10% of all proceeds go to!
Amazon reviews:

"As soon as I finished reading it I started again, then I went through and read individual poems, then I read them to other people. There are topics and ideas that almost any person can identify with, especially women."

"If you think poetry is all flowers and stuffy old language from centuries ago, then read poets are not useful. This is life; this is ugly life, erotic life, disappointing, angry, lived, drowned, and lived again."

Become a fan of poets are not useful on Facebook!
Poets Are Not Useful
Once Upon A Childhood
On the Loom of the Fates
        Available Now!