Jeanne Was Once a Player of Pianos
by Sandy Anderson
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"This is a compelling book . . . an integrated series of poems linked by a common voice which reads as a continuous narrative. The poems are sharply focused and uniformly powerful."
--David Lee, Utah Poet Laureate
Poignant, humorous, vivid and haunting in their imagery, these poems from the asylum radiate with a connective story of survival and hope.
Sandy Anderson writes poetry and teaches piano in Salt Lake City, where she has worked as the guiding force behind the City Art Poetry Series, the longest-running public reading series in the city’s history, for which she has been honored for her tireless efforts on behalf of other writers by the City of Salt Lake and Park City’s Writers at Work Series.
Letterpressed on archival-quality papers and sewn by hand in a limited edition of 350 copies.
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