Category: Blog

The writer as a small child and her grandfather at the farm in North Hampton, NH.


By Anne E. Macdonald | “Each time I drive down the road, I hope that the garden has miraculously returned. And each time I’m greeted by the flat, green lawn where the garden once was.”

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Field of yellow flowers against blue sky

Blue and Yellow

By Katy Kennedy | “Maybe we don’t understand the resiliency of people/Fight or flight, leave or stay/people bringing to life/stories of ambiguous losses and courageous actions”

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The Art of Words: “Wyoming” and “Spectrum of Light”

By Lisa Sullivan Ballew and Kristen Byrne | “When there was nothing else to do except clean guest cabins and nose through personal effects; shoot the shit with the wranglers
and cabin girls; drink left over table wine; smoke bummed cigarettes; read; and draw the Wind River that rolled across the land, splicing the ranch in half.”

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