Cuivre River Anthology

imageDB.jpgLooking for something to read during these blah winter days?  Take a chance on the latest edition (Volume III) of the Cuivre River Anthology - it is filled with great poetry and fiction. 

The Cuivre River Anthology takes its name from a river that originates in northeastern Missouri and flows through farmlands, forests, and rock formations to its confluence with the Mississippi River. The anthology is a collection of short stories, poems, and essays from a diverse group of talented writers with unique and memorable voices. Works included in the collection come from: a novelist who has won multiple Spur awards, a poet who was named finalist in the Missouri Writers' Exchange Contest sponsored by Poets and Writers Magazine, a Catholic Press Association winner, a Pushcart Prize nominee, and other award-winning writers.  Lots of talent...

Oh yeah, I somehow weaseled my way in there, too.  Two of my poems are included in this anthology, fighting words and How the Blues Can Bruise; the latter won the 2007 Saturday Writers One-Page Poem Contest.  Find out more about this dynamic publication by clicking here.