Karen Marie Duquette
After surviving traumas, Karen found relief within creative writing, as well as reading and writing poetry—always with the unquenchable need to tell. She began substitute teaching in an effort to share these palliative measures she found from carving the written word onto white spaces. She can’t help but teach others to find their voice, the voice each and every one of us has, whether we know it or not. As a result, she created Youth Mentoring Poetry Programs for middle-school students.
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