Poetic Justice is a novel that watches a young woman become what she envisions herself to be. It is a literary fiction, written for the casual reader wanting characters to hang with for a while. The story revolves around one woman’s discovery of poetry and author uses poetry to move the plot along.
Mary Gray moved through small-town newspaper editing, corporate public relations, and international travel planning before she retired to write poetry, essays, magazine articles, and Poetic Justice. The manuscript was a semi-finalist as a novel-in-progress in the 2017 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition.
She is the ghostwriter for two memoirs, Gerald Fitzgerald’s Africa by Air and General John Henebry’s The Grim Reapers at Work in the Pacific Theater. She has delivered readings at the Chicago Public Library, The Printers Row Book Fair, the Chicago Humanities Festival, the Emily Dickinson Poetry Series, the University of Chicago, and DePaul University. She graduated from Northwestern University School of Journalism and has attended the Ragdale Writers’ Retreat and the Piper Writers Studio at Arizona State.
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