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Hugging the Yellow Line is the story of one woman’s journey to dust off a break-up and reclaim her happiness. Dividing everything in two, she sells her possessions and buys a motorcycle. She carries what she has left in Gearsacks and sets off of an adventure across the United States. In between her search for good food, wine and jazz, she finds a reason to get off her bike and stay a while.


About the Author

Betsy Turcot
bturcot QLD, Australia
Betsy Turcot has featured at Queensland Poetry, Melbourne Overload, Brisbane Emerging Arts, Anywhere Theatre and Woodford Folk festivals. She is a guest MC, curator and feature at Brisbane’s spoken word poetry event, Words or Whatever, and has contributed to the Melbourne Poetry Map. Betsy was co-author of the poetic play, She Stole My Every Rock and Roll and poetic dialogue, Chosen Family, with the Belles of Hell.

Publish Date  August 11, 2013

Dimensions  Pocket  54 pgs Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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