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We are no longer the smart kids in class
From the drunk tank to the graduate seminar, We are no longer the smart kids...
The Language We Were Never Taught to Speak
The poems in The Language We Were Never Taught to Speak explore the many identities,...
Orioles in the Oranges
Orioles in the Oranges is an exquisitely told story of a destructive modern love, woven...
Maria Caltabiano's poems are the result of years of ponderings and musings about life after losing her husband to cancer. They paint moments that clung to her and begged expression. Most try to work through the sadness and introspection that accompanies loss and mourning. But they also depict a healing process that imposes a new perspective as one embarks on an unknown road: the fears, the guilt, the joys. Nature figures prominently as a teacher and a source of solace. A sanctum away from a troubled world, be it the inner world, or the outer one of politics, religion,...
Drawing Daybreak

Maria Caltabiano
Drawing Daybreak
Footsteps on the Ceiling
The Plural of Some Things
Exaltation in Cadmium Red
Velocity of Escape, The
Navy Blue