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Monday, November 16, 2020

Book giveaway! Tell us about How Time Moves you...

Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg and Meadowlark Press have a gift for you! Respond to the prompt below in the comments on the webpage, our Facebook page, or our Instagram page, and you'll be eligible for a chance to win a copy of How Time Moves: New and Selected Poems.

Here's how it works: 
Win a free copy of How Time Moves by telling us about one of the best times in your life. Write your response in the comments section of our website or the original (not shared) social media post. At 7 p.m. Friday, we'll randomly choose and announce a winner. Please feel free to tag friends, too! 

Fine print: You must be at least 13 and have not already won a free copy of this book. This promotion is not sponsored, administered, or associated with Facebook and Instagram. 


  1. Writing my creative thesis in grad school was one of the best times of my life. I loved the work and the entire process of creating a finished collection of poetry.

  2. The best time in my life is now. Time shoves me ahead and drags me back in fits and starts. The days are so long as I tend to the tasks of mothering - wiping a tiny sticky face, fastening yet another shoe. Patience wears thin. Then, out of nowhere, this one needs bigger pants, that one can read a word. The tiny babies they were give way to the children they yearn to be now, and you can feel the men they will be pulling them, against my will, inexorably into their future. I breathe through the tantrums, soak up the hugs, and collect every little kiss like lightning bugs in a jar. I can't capture the magic and keep it forever, but I can grasp every moment and appreciate how beautiful it all is.

  3. The last 24 years of being a Mom. Having children has been the most fun,exciting,heartbreaking thing I have ever done. Every stage has its own rewards and challenges, Every day a new adventure.