Denise D. Cooper has been writing short stories and poetry for as long as she could remember in journals and any extra notebook paper her mother would provide. Growing up in rural Kansas, where poets such as Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Brooks resided, became and still are her favorites. Mrs. Cooper read books her mother passed down and fell in love with Hughes’ character “Simple.” The youngest sibling of five children she has a warm collection of family tales currently being worked into an upcoming book. She is also working to complete a non-fiction book on the life of her father figure and herself. In December 2004 her first book of poetry was independently published, Somewhat Blue on a Clear Day. Juicy is her second of three volumes of published poetry. She resides in Central Florida with her Family. Order copies of her work at firstname.lastname@example.org
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