9780982282939

West Marin Review V

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  • ISBN13:

    9780982282939

  • ISBN10:

    0982282931

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 8/19/2014
  • Publisher: Tomales Bay Library Association
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Summary

The West Marin Review, an award-winning literary and art journal, offers a cornucopia of delights from new and well-published writers, artists, and sometimes composers. The journal provides a blend of fiction and essays, humor, nature, memoir, poetry, art, and music. Contributors are from urban and rural places near and far—locals in the rural enclave of West Marin, visitors who reside in Paris, and others in between occupy these pages. Volume 5 features Burt Bacharach, Peter Coyote, Howard Norman, Linda Pastan, Susan Trott, and Barbara Vos.

Author Biography

BURT BACHARACH, singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, and pianist, is a six-time Grammy Award winner, three-time Academy Award winner, and most recently recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin prize.

PETER COYOTE came from nowhere and is working his way back.

HOWARD NORMAN lives in Vermont and has visited Inverness each year since l969. His memoir, I Hate to Leave this Beautiful Place, was published in 2013. His new novel, Next Life Might be Kinder, will be published in May 2014.

LINDA PASTAN’s thirteenth book, Traveling Light, was published in January 2011. She was Poet Laureate of Maryland from 1991-1995. In 2003 she won the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.

BARBARA VOS educates herself by leaving hand and mind free to explore with paint. A child of 1950’s Brooklyn, she now lives, paints, and practices Craniosacral Therapy bodywork in San Francisco.

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