"Nuanced with Russia and the American Southwest, Uschuk’s poetry sings songs of family life, the cost of war and oppression, along with one’s quest for personal identity. With the hand of an artist and an ear for the musicality of words, Pamela Uschuk’s Blood Flower captures the heart and awakens the soul with its unbound poetry."
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"Once again I am truly impressed by Signal. Its historical importance stretches across many areas including art, design, architecture, music, politics, protest and social history."
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