Prairie Wolf Press Review
Marjorie Carlson Davis' work has appeared in many commercial and literary publications, including Stories from Where We Live: The Great Lakes (Milkweed Press, 2003), Conscious Choice Magazine, Many Mountains Moving, Indianapolis Monthly, and Hiss Quarterly. Short stories of hers won 2nd place in the 2007 Family Circle Fiction Contest and the 2008 AKC Gazette Fiction Contest. Her two novels for young adults, Still Life With Coyote and Holding, are with an agent seeking a publisher. Visit her Website at:
What do I like to read?
Place and description are important to me. I want to see, hear, and experience a story while reading. I respond to writing that feels alive, where the writer has tapped into creative energy, and developed real characters, a vivid sense of place, and unique, lively language.
j.d. daniels` award winning fiction and poetry has appeared in various publications, including: The Broad River Review, The Sylvan Echo, The Elkhorn Review and Doorknobs & BodyPaint Fantastic Flash Fiction: An Anthology. She received a prize for poetry from Emerson College/Cambridge University, is a recipient of an Iowa Arts Council grant, and is listed at The Iowa Center of the Book and in the Poets and Writers Directory. The Old Wolf Lady: A Biography was published in 2005. She was awarded her Doctor of Arts degree from Drake University for her collection of poems, Currents That Puncture. Say Yes, a book of poetry published in 2013, may be purchased on her Website, Amazon or Barnes & Nobel.com. She is a proud member of PEN Women. Her social networks include: Facebook, Twitter & Linkedin.
Me, on reading?
I like to be hooked from the first sentence on. I also love: Writing infused with voice and energy, edge and inspiration. Writing that explores, creates pictures, takes risks and leaves me thinking: Wow! Or, thank you. Or, I never thought about it that way. To me, making a positive difference in the universe should be one of the writer's goals. Visit her Website at: www.authorsden.com/joyceadaniels
With regret, but best wishes, we say farewell to W. Michael Sinclair. Pressing obligations caused him to give up his post as our third editor. Happy new journey, Michael.