Echoes of Inner Voices

Echoes of Inner Voices

Elizabeth Peláez Norris


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Echoes of Inner Voices is her second collection of poetry. Her poems echo her themes devoted to poetry itself, nature, the forgotten, memory, whimsy, heart and spirit. They range from the serious and reflective to the playful and amusing Like the spectrum of light refracted through a prism, her poetry varies in color from bright to tenebrous, a rainbow to enjoy beside a quiet window.


Elizabeth Peláez Norris:
Born and raised in the Philippines, Elizabeth Peláez Norris has been a long time resident of the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds Master’s degrees in Spanish and Education. She retired from a 40 year career in teaching, 35 of which were at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda where she taught Spanish and English. In 1991, she founded and served as adviser to PRISMS, the school’s award-winning literary/art magazine for 26 years. Her first collection of poetry, Inner Voices, received Artist Embassy International’s Literary Cultural Award in 2010.