The Indwelling of Dissonance

The Indwelling of Dissonance is a large volume of resonant, lyrical poems bridging cultures and singing life’s contradictions and challenges with a pulse on the sacred.

Terry Hauptman’s braid of images create storytelling song , entering the absurd through the divine. Drawing on her Jewish background and connecting to world song, her musical rhythms invite us into a passionate sensuous chorus  of becoming.

Recommended to all who love poetry and work towards unity,igniting a flame of love.

Terry Hauptman

Terry Linda Hauptman is the author of three previous poetry collections: Masquerading in Clover: Fantasy of the Leafy Fool, with hand-painted plates (Boston: Four Zoas, 1980), Rattle (Tulsa: Cardinal Press, 1982), and On Hearing Thunder (St. Cloud, Minnesota: North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc., 2004). She has a Master’s degree in Poetry from the University of New Mexico, Alburquerque, and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Arts from Ohio University, Athens. She reads her poetry rhapsodically and exhibits her luminous Songline Scrolls nationally. She has taught World Art, Poetry, and Ethno-poetics, as well as classes in Genocide at several universities and workshops. She lives in Vermont with Robert and Kira Lily.

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