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Laura J. Bobrow
storyteller
We Poets of the proud old lineage
Who sing to find your hearts, we know not why.
--James Elroy Flecker


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One of Laura's poems, "Very Tall Trees" was selected for inclusion in 
a 4th grade textbook in Abu Dhabi, and it will also  be used in reading assessments for public schools in North Carolina and in teachers' materials 
for California.  To read the poem online visit http://www.spiritoftrees.org/poetry/bobrow/very_tall_trees.html



AUDIO
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VIDEO
http://ellouisestory.blogspot.com/2010/12/new-video-conversation-with-laura-j.html archives #39
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She's a lyricist, too!  Laura is mentioned in a book by Edward Allan Faine,  ”The Best Gig in Town. Jazz Artists at The White House.” in which the author writes about the late jazz pianist, Billy Taylor. Laura was the lyricist for one of  Taylor's compositions.  In addition to being performed at The White House, 
"A Stable Down the Road" was included on David Frost ‘s Christmas album and on a Christmas Album recorded by the U.S. Army Chorus.

Laura's retelling of "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" was featured on a radio broadcast of The Apple Seed from Brigham Young University. It is archived at  BYU’s SiriusXM radio channel 143, and can be accessed online: www.byuradio.org/appleseed. 
Laura's sestina "Eurydice" won a first place award in the 2014 competition of the Poetry Society of Texas. 
Her poem "Presence" won a first place award in the 2017 competition of the Poetry Society of Virginia.