The Summer 2016 Issue of New England Memories, published by MWG member Linda Thomas, is now online, and features work by MWG members Tina Rapp, Ann Robinson, and Eric Poor, and others. Please visit the site, enjoy this one-year anniversary issue, and consider submitting your work for future issues. Linda welcomes submissions of nonfiction prose, poetry, and artwork for consideration. All work should focus on and celebrate people, places, and/or events in any of the New England states. Please read the Submission Guidelines at http://www.newenglandmemories.com/submission-guidelines for more information.
Cahaley Markman will give a presentation at the Peterborough Town Library on April 9th at 3:00 p.m.
Cahaley grew up in Peterborough and is currently residing in NYC. She is a writer and has founded a publication that features poetry—and the whole writing process, called Pelorus Press.
For more information, visit the library’s website:
This autumn in New Hampshire has been warm and filled with the vivid colors of the season. We are at peak color now, making it a perfect time to introduce the fall 2015 issue of Smoky Quartz, which is now online.
This issue is as richly hued and varied as the New England woods this time of year. Thank you to the writers and artists who’ve contributed their poetry, prose, and artwork to create such a strong, satisfying issue.
You can view the cover page and table of contents here. We hope you enjoy it!
Candace Bergstrom, Sara Miller, Deborah Murphy, Tina Rapp, and Linda Thomas
“Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems.”
~ Rainer Maria Rilke
Winter is finally behind us in New Hampshire, and the spring 2014 issue of Smoky Quartz is now online.
Many thanks to the writers and artists who shared their wonderful poetry and artwork in this issue.
You can view the cover page and table of contents here.
We hope you enjoy the issue.
Linda J. Thomas