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Fawkes Press, LLC
June 01, 2016
8.5 X 11.0 X 0.49 inches | 1.27 pounds
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About the Author
Paula Marie Coomer is a poet, novelist, short story writer, essayist, and sometimes food writer. The daughter of over two hundred years of Kentucky Appalachian farmers, she lived most of her childhood in the industrial Ohio River town of New Albany, Indiana. Her work has appeared in many journals, anthologies, and publications, most recently Perceptions, Spilt Infinitive, and the anthology, Teaching as a Human Experience, from Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Ms. Coomer is the author of four books of literary prose and poetry, as well as the cookbook, Blue Moon Vegan, and a food memoir, Blue Moon Vegetarian. Books of note include the well-received novel based on her years as a public health nurse, Dove Creek, the short story collection Summer of Government Cheese, and Nurses Who Love English, poetry. Coomer lives near the mouth of Hells Canyon in southeast Washington State where she is writer-in-residence for a writing retreat and workshop program in the Idaho Rockies known as Clearwater Writers. She has just completed work on a third novel. Find out more at www.paulamariecoomer.com.