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Book Title: Forgotten Race Saving Grace|
The author of the book: Tina Huerta
Date of issue: May 8th 2015
ISBN 13: 9780996261005
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The collection of poetry found within Forgotten Race Saving Grace were written and bound together by me with the idea of dream sharing and the ability of the human condition to approach adversity thru the art of transformation. How often do we find answers within the constructs of our sub-conscious? And how often do the dreams of our fellow humans ring enchantingly familiar?
Life is full of mystery. We often wonder how we arrived where we currently reside, in mind, spirit and body. I truly do not believe that we reside in reality, that there is a truer reality, which is where our spirit resides.
My hope is for conversation and sharing. One person asked about BEFORE. BEFORE is based on reincarnation and sharing my journey with a soul mate; we have more than one. I began astral projection at the unusual age of eleven. I've been a tarot reader since 1981; it was by a freakish occurrence which I believe indirectly involved Allison DuBois (Someday, I hope to have that conversation with her directly). One of the poems, XII HANGED MAN, is based on the thirteenth Major Arcana card of the traditional tarot. This is the favored card of the Gypsy, it is a guide to withstanding persecution. I am considering a collection of poetry representing all of the Major Arcana. My favorite card is the beginning 0 The Fool, it's all about faith.
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Read information about the authorSerious writing for Tina began in 1989 at the University of Arizona when her first poem, Ethereal Rein, was published in the university’s annual Persona. The following year she won a performance for her first play in the university’s annual 10 Minutes or Less. While continuing to write poetry and fairy tales, Tina did not return to seeking publication until 2009 when Scott Stanley, former editor of The Tucson Poet, of Igloo Press agreed to publish her first collection. So yes, the poetry within each of her collections span 26 years of writing.
“I was busy winning awards in short subject film, mostly comedies and I was also a self-supporting single mother.”
Tina’s poetry rises from a concoction of connotation, assonance, consonance coupled with rhythm, and often a twist of meiosis and imagery ladled by Free Verse.
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