Welcome our Featured Artist for the day, poet and writer Peggy Schimmelman. We are pleased to feature her poem “An Empty Tip Jar,” which reminds us of the unrecognized prejudices which keep us from seeing one another. What happens when we look outside of our wants and needs?
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Peggy Schimmelman is a San Francisco Bay Area writer. Her work includes the poetry chapbooks Crazytown (Writing Knights Press) and Tick-Tock (Finishing Line Press) and the novel Whippoorwills. Her poetry and short fiction have appeared in North American Review, Haight-Ashbury Journal, WinningWriters.com, Aleola Journal of Poetry and Art, Pacific Review, Comstock Review, Wild Musette Journal, 100wordstories.org and others. When not writing, she reads and wastes countless hours on crossword, sudoku, jigsaw and various other puzzles.
Check out Peggy’s website: https://peggyschimmelman.com/.