Behind each door is a sampling of life, and Karen Elaine Greene declared early on that she would not miss any of it. Whether the result turned out to be a bitter experience or a sweet bonding, she swung each door wide on its hinges and entered boldly. Some doors were barriers she held up with her own hands, and from some she beckoned Welcome. Karen’s poetry distills the essence of exploring a world with at least three thousand doors – not one of them the same. Her collection is a collage of friendships and feelings. Each poem holds a fleck of herself, though she is even now throwing wide the next door in her path.
She can often be found driving cross-country, on the Interstate or some lesser-known road, but currently, she parks her car in West Texas.