Filigree by Melinda Jane

About the contributor

Melinda Jane, author of the poetry book ‘Nature's Nuptials’ and the children’s book ‘The Currawong and the Owl’. Forty two written works published in international anthologies and literature journals like Mekong Review, Rattle, Dime Show Review, Hawai‘i Review, Rambutan Literary etc.. And Nominated for Best of the Net in 2019.

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