Water Music

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Sea Crow Press
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.55 inches | 0.69 pounds
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About the Author
Marcia Peck's writing has received awards from New Millenium Writings (First prize for "Memento Mori"), Tamarack Awards (honorable mention for "An Unexpected Cadence"), Lake Superior Writers' Conference (First Prize for "Pride and Humility"), Glimmer Train (finalist for Very Short Fiction Award for "The Flavor of Borscht"), Flashquake (nomination for Pushcart Prize for "Long Distance"), MnArtists MiniStories (Winner for "Little Vladimir's Father"), Open to Interpretation: Fading Light (Honorable Mention for "Sextet"), Gemini Magazine (Honorable Mention for "Lasting Formations"). Marcia's articles have appeared in Musical America, Strad Magazine, Strings Magazine, Senza Sordino, Life in the Real World: How to Make Music Graduates Employable Common Ground, Showcase, the magazine of the Minnesota Orchestra and the op-ed pages of the Minneapolis StarTribune.Her fiction has appeared in Chautauqua Journal, New Millenium Writings, Gemini Magazine, Glimmer Train, 26 Minnesota Writers (Nodine Press), Tribute to Orpheus 2 (Kearney Books), three volumes of Open to Interpretation: Fading Light (Taylor and O'Neill), among others. Her work has been supported by the Minnesota State Arts Board, The Loft Literary Center, and the Jerome Foundation, Ragdale Foundation and Hambidge Center.

"Wise, funny and deeply moving." -Carol Dines, author of This Distance We Call Love and The Take-Over Friend

"Observant and sensitive, deeply attuned to the beauty and fragility of the natural and human worlds." -Andy Brown, author of The Tree Climbing Cure and Grace Notes and Other Poems

"Peck has written a moving and melodic triumph of imagination and story, a fine harmony of intimacies and passions." -Nicole Helget, author of The Summer of Ordinary Ways