Our Fourth Edition Collection of Contributors – capturing Northern Michigan

Walloon Writers Review is honored to have such outstanding contributors share their work for our Fourth Edition.  Please get to know these two Michigan contributors.

Melissa Seitz  authored the powerful poem “Depth of Field”, accompanied by her other remarkable talent of photography,  serene Sunrise with Morning Moon” and the exquisite photo, “Milkweed”.  Melissa lives along the western shoreline of Higgins Lake, Michigan with her husband.  Her work has appeared in The Bear River Review, The Dunes Review, The Lake, The Prose-Poem Project, and various other journals.  Read her blog for essays on life, music and travel:  http://lifeirruption.com.

Robert Vivian created a literary experience in  “August Elegy” ,  which caught our breath and our imagination.  Robert Vivian is the author of The Tall Grass Trilogy, Water and Abandon, and two meditative essay collections, Cold Snap As Yearning, and The Least Cricket of Evening.  His latest book, Immortal Soft-Spoken, was just published by Awst Press.

Gaylord photographer Linda Gall captures Michigan elegantly in our Fourth Edition, as she did in our Volume 3 with stunning photography.  Bridge Wash connects us, and brings the blue we rave about.  Linda Gall is a lifelong resident of Gaylord and enjoys spending time with her family, boating, travel and photography.  She is the former Charlevoix Photography Board President and loves wildlife, landscape and macro photography.  She and her husband John have two married daughters and two grandchildren.

Walloon Writers Review Fourth Edition is available at several area independent bookstores throughout Northern Michigan, in libraries and along West Michigan shoreline.  Please visit Between The Covers – Harbor Springs; McLean & Eakin Booksellers – Petoskey; Saturn Books – Gaylord; Horizon Books – Traverse City; The Bookman – Grand Haven and Reader’s World – Holland to find your copy!  Also available on our site online – shipping fees apply.

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