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Barefoot Whale Riders

by Carrie Rudzinski

"He doesn't remember what he loved about me." Debut poetry collection of celebrated Slam Poet Carrie Rudzinski's work. Released in 2008.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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2. Train Conductors
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3. That's Not Me
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4. David
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8. Sea in December
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is the debut collection of celebrated Slam Poet Carrie Rudzinski's work. It was released in September 2008.

Named “Best Female Poet” at her first national poetry competition in 2008, Carrie Rudzinski has since performed her poetry for audiences across the United States, New Zealand, Australia, and India. Ranked 4th in the world at the 2014 Women of the World Poetry Slam and 7th in the world at the 2013 Individual World Poetry Slam, Carrie has represented Boston, Denver, and Los Angeles over the course of 10 national poetry competitions. Bicycle Comics published her first collection of poetry, A History Of Silence, in 2010. Her newest collection of work, The Shotgun Speaks, was released in 2013.


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Julie

Amazing Poet
Carrie Rudzinski goes beyond the realm of amazing in her performance poetry. This album captures her innovative and unique voice and her beautiful style of poetry writing. A must buy!! This CD is something you will want to listen to nightly....or at least every hour of the day