secondly, it attached Eliot to the English community and English culture." 34 Separation and remarriage edit By 1932, Eliot had been contemplating a separation from his wife for some time. Farouk Masud Farouk Masud was born in Chicago on Earth Day. That house is for sale now for someone in the market for a creative retreat. She was a finalist in the Poetry Center of Chicago Juried Reading in 2001, and a finalist in the Gwendolyn Brooks Award. He hadn't written a poem since he was eighteen. Barbara Robinette Barbara Robinette retired from the University of Illinois at Springfield then moved to northern Arkansas.
While attracted to the metaphysical traditions of the world, she delved into science. She has had poems and short stories published by major publications. Mary Ann Eiler Mary Ann Eiler 's poetry has appeared in national and international print and online journals. As the recipient of a grant for original work from the Community Arts Assistance Program of the city of Chicago, she published a chapbook in 2011 entitled Closer to the Earth. She has won several awards from Highland Park Poetry including The Poetry That Moves Contest for June 2012. Eliot: An Intensive Study of Selected Poems, Spectrum Books Pvt. Currently retired, she worked 45 years in nursing. Org Her poetry and short stories also appear on her blog: The Writing Life. He has published two books, Colors and American Chicken, as well as a chapbook The Light That Shatters Darkness: Poems From the Spartan Mine. Permanent dead link, Commentary magazine, November 1996 Anthony, Julius. She also tends to drag her camera around with her frequently and plans to add "photographer" to her resume at some point because she can't be a federal employee forever. Idella Pearl Edwards Idella Pearl Edwards, born and raised in Aurora, science fair projects research paper attended Olivet Nazarene University and received a degree from the College of DuPage.