Wildhood Project

Thank you to editor Cristina Falcone for giving “Heartwood” a home in the pages of the Wildhood Project.  Overjoyed to receive a couple of copies of this lovely journal in the mail this week.    As described on its website, “The Wildhood Project is a new literary and art review based in Portland, Maine.  In its second year, the project aims to provide a platform for the unheard voices of the outdoors and other wilds.”

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Issue 6 Authors

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ISSUE 6 AUTHORS

We proudly present our Issue 6 authors!

Prose by:

Irving Greenfield
Helen Grochmal
Thomas Elson
Riley Lalumendre
Reggie Mills
Alison Roland
Ashley Roth

Poetry by:

Emily Allison
Amy Bales
Robert Beveridge
Kersten Christianson
William Doreski
Brian C. Felder
Jonathan Greenhause
Ann Howells
Selina Kyle
Sean J. Mahoney
Christopher McCarthy
David Stevens
John Tustin
Georgette Unis

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Something Yet to Be Named

Here is my Over the Moon share:  My poetry collection Something Yet to Be Named (Aldrich Press) is now available on Amazon and at Old Harbor Books in Sitka.  Signed copies may be purchased from me.

I am so very thankful for everyone who helped make this happen:  to friends and family, especially April for giving me a room in her house for a handful of Anchorage summers and to Bruce for finding Wifi connections when needed this summer for final editing work; to my MFA mentors and graduate committee: Anne Caston, Zack Rogow, Elizabeth Bradfield, Sherry Simpson and David Stevenson; to all the writing professors in the University of Alaska Anchorage Low-Residency MFA Program; to my UAA poet friends, Blue Canoe Writer friends and fellow board and editorial friends at Alaska Women Speak; to Yukon artist Daphne Mennell for sharing her art Full Moon on Windy Arm for the cover (“…from one artist to another”); to Carol Birrell, Anne Caston, Vivian Faith Prescott and Zack Rogow for providing written comments for the book’s back cover; to the journals that shared various poems along this road to publication, among them Cirque, San Pedro River Review, Sheila-Na-Gig, Tidal Echoes; and to editor Karen Kelsay of Aldrich Press (an imprint of Kelsay Books) for putting this writing out to the world.  I am ever so grateful.

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The Big Windows Review, Summer 2017

The Big Windows Review is the literary magazine created and edited by the Writing Center at Washentaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Thank you to editor Tom Zimmerman and staff for including “40 Winks of Certain” in the e-form of the journal today and later, in August, the Issue 8 print version.  Enjoy!

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Here is a link to The Big Windows Review e-journal.  Beautiful cover and writing.

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