Catching the Send Off Train

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  • Title: Catching the Send Off Train
  • Author: Melanie Faith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: ebook
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      Published :2018-06-12T15:43:32+00:00

    About the Author

    Melanie Faith

    Melanie Faith s writing has been published in numerous literary journals and small presses and has been nominated for three Pushcart Prizes Her flash fiction placed in the Bevel Summer Prize for Short Short Stories and was subsequently published in Shenandoah She finds joy practicing and teaching in several genres, including poetry, creative nonfiction, flash fiction, flash nonfiction, and instructional craft articles about the writing process She likes creating prose and poetry about both historical and modern times She is an English professor in Southern New Hampshire University s MA in English program, a tutor at a college preparatory boarding school, and a freelance writing consultant for Women on Writing and independent study students She holds an MFA in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte, N.C Her still life, landscape, and nature photography has been featured on literary magazine covers, on two books of poetry, and is forthcoming as cover art for both a nonfiction book as well as a poetry collection She is a winner of Brain Mill Press s Driftless Unsolicited Cover Art Contest Her historical poetry collection, This Passing Fever, set in 1918 s influenza epidemic, was published from FutureCycle press in fall 2017 a craft book about how to write flash fiction and nonfiction, entitled In a Flash Short Craft Essays on Writing Marketing Flash Prose, with Exercises, will be published by Vine Leaves in April 2018 and a poetry craft book, Poetry Power , will be published in the fall of 2018 Her Regency historical novella was published under a pen name in 2017.In her free time, she collects quotes, books, and shoes learns about still life photography and the Tiny House movement and travels to spend time with her darling nieces.

    909 Comment

    • Basil Rouskas said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 15:43 PM

      Terrific book.The poems are craftily assembled to tell a story of a woman who loses her husband at WW II and how her life evolves after she accepted his death.Firm language, and tremendous suggestive facility with visuals. This book often tells more by what it is not directly said.

    • Melanie Faith said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 15:43 PM

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