Helen Losse
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A former English teacher, Helen Losse was educated at Missouri Southern State University (BSE, 1969), where she majored in secondary education and English and Wake Forest University (MALS, 2000), where she studied African American history and religion and creative writing. She is the author of six collections of poetry, including Facing a Lonely West. Her poems have been anthologized in Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont, The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VII: North Carolina, and Kakalak 2014. Her poems have been nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize, and three times for a Best of the Net award, one of which was a finalist. The former Poetry Editor for The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, she is now an Associate Poetry Editor for Kentucky Review.

You can contact Ms. Losse via e-mail at hlosse@triad.rr.com or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.

Works on TimBookTu by Helen Losse


After Katrina
A Poet Visits On a Bad Day
Balcony Room
Church, When They Had No Pianos
Eulogizing Rosa
Faces Tell That Story
Fear's End
God's Order
Heart Full of Grace
In the Forest Below
Martyred At the Lorraine
On the Night When Freedom Came
Perhaps a King, Reincarnate
Point of Departure
Recorded In Time
The South African Woman In Brooke’s Picture
The Triple Evils Addressed In No Particular Order
The Truth
Today A Message Comes (To Us)
White Into Black

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