Sam Love

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Sam Love is a writer living in New Bern, NC. As a media producer he produced award winning media for corporations, non-profits and government agencies. He specialized in helping groups tell their stories in innovative ways. He now spends his time writing poetry, teaching yoga and restoring a historic house. Previously his non-fiction articles appeared in major magazines including Smithsonian, Washingtonian and the Progressive.

Sam’s Latest Release—Over a hundred pages of his poetry!

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In “Converging Waters” Sam Love makes merging rivers a metaphor for the power of poetry to provide new insights into our culture. Through the poems you can share how his focus on a single object can reveal how the natural world and society are interconnected. For example in “Blueberry Mourning” we contemplate the journey of the fruit over two thousand miles to our cereal bowl. Or have some fun with fad diets as the cook struggles to prepare a holiday feast. You may even find yourself grinning at the plight of a good ol’ boy as he attempts to train his wife’s poodle to retrieve.
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Click the megaphone man to hear some poems from Converging Waters.

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