Where Water Meets the Rock

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$14.95
Publisher
39 West Press
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Pages
100
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.24 X 9.0 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946358059
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About the Author

Lindsey Martin-Bowen's fourth poetry collection, Where Water Meets the Rock was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, her third, CROSSING KANSAS with Jim Morrison (in chapbook form) was a semi-finalist in the QuillsEdge Press 2015-2016 Chapbook Contest. In 2017, it won the Kansas Writers Association award, "Looks Like a Million." In 2016, Writer's Digest gave her "Vegetable Linguistics" an Honorable Mention in its 85th Annual Contest (Non-rhyming Poetry Category). Her Inside Virgil's Garage (Chatter House Press 2013) was a runner-up in the 2015 Nelson Poetry Book Award, and a poem from that collection was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. McClatchy Newspapers named her Standing on the Edge of the World (Woodley Press/Washburn University) one of the Ten Top Poetry Books of 2008. It was nominated for a Pen Award. Her poems have run in New Letters, I-70 Review, Thorny Locust, Tittynope Zine, Coal City Review, Amethyst Arsenic, Silver Birch Press, Flint Hills Review, Bare Root Review, The Same, Phantom Drift, Porter Gulch Review, Rockhurst Review, 21 anthologies, and other literary magazines. She taught at the University of Missouri-Kansas City 18 years and often concurrently at MCC-Longview 25 years, and now she teaches writing, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and American Court Systems and Practices (online) for Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Oregon. She holds an MA from the University of Missouri and a Juris Doctor degree from the UMKC Law School.In a previous life, she was a full-time newspaper reporter for The Louisville Times (Louisville, Colorado) and for The SUN Newspapers (Johnson County, Kansas), an associate editor for Modern Jeweler Magazine and the editor for The National Paralegal Reporter.