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So Much Depends Upon...

An Anthology


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So Much Depends Upon... by Red Wheelbarrow Writers
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Behold the egg! Smooth, rounded, perfectly formed, fragile, its glowing center suspended in a malleable, translucent penumbra. The same might be said of these thirty-five memoirs in which the past--formed at the fragile nexus, the malleable boundary of memory and imagination--is suspended in prose, contained in an essay. You have but to crack open this book. Red Wheelbarrow Writers are a loose affiliation of lively artists based in Bellingham, Washington. As a community, we host a monthly Happy Hour and a monthly Writerly Book Club. We are co-founders of Washington Memoir Month. We offer classes, contests, novel writing events, bookstore readings, poetry projects, and parties. Red Wheelbarrow Writers are individually productive, and as a group, we support, encourage, and learn from one another. We welcome new faces, new voices, and new writing. Come and join us! From the memoirs... She smelled good, and I liked that she had William Carlos Williams tucked under her arm. A Sailboat Named Desire Lula Flann In the midst of this happy, almost unbelievable reunion, I could not help wondering if Miss Towner had flashback memories to World War I in Adana, Turkey, and the American school sheltering Armenian children from the Turks. An Incredible Reunion Peggy Kalpakian Johnson So much depends on the tools. A worker without tools is like a myth without a ritual. The Mason - Jack Remick

Author Biography

Thirty-five writers from Bellingham, Washington (and surrounding cities) collaborated on the 2nd anthology from the Red Wheelbarrow Writers. As a community of writers the Red Wheelbarrow Writers are individually productive and as a group, they support, encourage and learn from one another.
Release date Australia
August 1st, 2018
By (photographer) Jolene H Hanson Cover design or artwork by Allen J Fielder
Illustrations, black and white
Penchant Press International
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