Alan Felsenthal

author and editor

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Author Alan Felsenthal is the publisher and editor of The Song Cave.

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Alan Felsenthal's first book of poetry, Lowly, moves in the direction of the visionary, the mystical and the metaphysical.

Alan Felsenthal: Lowly

Alan Felsenthal's first book of poetry, Lowly, moves in the direction of the visionary, the mystical and the metaphysical.

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