Paul Doty on writer Jim Harrison and photography by Charles Rammelkamp

Walloon Writers Review is building a Community of Creativity as each edition is produced and new names cross your pages. We are pleased to call attention to each contributor in hopes that you will look for their work here and in other publications!

Paul Doty presented Two For Harrison including Old Men Lunch Bags and Jim Harrison’s Fate in our Fourth Edition, referencing Michigan author Jim Harrison, most widely known for his novel True North and novella Legends of the Fall . Paul Doty is a reference librarian at St. Lawrence University and resides in Canton, NY. A long time Jim Harrison reader, he has also published an essay on Jim Harrison’s Sundog, “Life is Unbearably Vivid: An Essay on Sundog by Jim Harrison and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte” in the Great Lakes Review.

Charles Rammelkamp grew up downstate in Albion, Michigan and his family has owned property on Old Mission Peninsula for 100 years. He presently lives in Baltimore, MD and comes to Michigan for two weeks every summer. His photography focus for this edition was Grand Traverse Bay Morning Moon and Grand Traverse Bay Sunset.

You can find these contributors in our Fourth Edition which is available throughout Northern Michigan. Join us! Our Call for Submissions is starting August 1st!

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