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  1. I just wanted to say how much I loved your poem “What to Do in Darkness.” I’ve been going back to it every day.

    Diane Zinna

  2. I found your site through the wordpress blog of ivonprefontaine, he posted one of your poems – ‘if you forget what axons do’ – I continued to read to the end, finishing with scrabble, fireside, dogs and turtles. Your poetry brings a wonderful sense of peace and comfort. Thank you.

  3. Dear Dr. McEntyre:

    I hope today finds you well. My name is Ali Records, and I’m with Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry.

    We would love to extend to you an invitation to be among the 45 authors presenting at next year’s Search for Meaning Book Festival in Seattle, Washington, on Saturday, February 28th, 2015. We greatly admire your work, and our author selection committee believes you would make an important contribution to the various voices presenting this year. We would consider it an honor to host you during our Festival which attracts more than 2500 attendees every year.

    I am happy to email you a formal invitation along with event details for your consideration. Please let me know if you have any additional questions, as well.

    Many thanks,
    Ali Records

  4. Thanks for writing! Sorry about the delayed response; I’ve been traveling and falling behind on e-mail.

    I’d be delighted to be included among the presenting authors next February. Please let me know what is involved. My personal e-mail is

    Marilyn McEntyre

  5. How kind of you to write! Thank you. I’m glad the poems gave you pleasure.

    All the best,

    Marilyn McEntyre

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