Voice Break

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About the author:
Kari Wergeland has worked in West Coast libraries from Seattle to San Diego. In addition, she wrote a children's book review column for The Seattle Times, which ran monthly for 11 years. She is currently on the faculty of Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California, and lives part-time on the Oregon Coast. This is her first book.

Voice Break
 

Authored by Kari Wergeland

Following the advice of a community college music instructor, Kari Wergeland began taking voice lessons with a respected teacher at the age of 24. After roughly two years of study, with dubious results, she decided to stop singing. She began working as a librarian and eventually turned to writing newspaper articles, fiction, and poetry. Twenty years later, and on something of a whim, Wergeland enrolled in a workshop called The Natural Singer, with vocal coach Claude Stein. Inspired to resume voice lessons, it wasn't long before she discovered her singing had changed. Voice Break is a long poem of possibility that tells the story of the author's voice.


Publication Date:
2012-03-07
ISBN/EAN13:
1466495588 / 9781466495586
Page Count:
66
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / American / General




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