Spring 2016 Issue

Azalea in spring shower
Photograph by Linda J Thomas

Spring has arrived in New England, along with the Spring 2016 Issue of New England Memories. Many thanks to all of our contributors! Rodger Martin captures the promise of renewed life that dwells in the lingering cold of April in his poem “New Hampshire Scallion.” Marilyn Weymouth Seguin and Lori Douglas Clark take us with them to the warmer days of summer at lakes in Maine. And Nori Odoi shares her first memories of New England in her essay, “I Don’t Think We’re in Kansas Anymore.”

Also, Ann B. Day shares vivid images of life and people in the farmland of Vermont through her poetry. And our featured photograper, Karen Hope, captures the simple pleasures and beauty along the roads of New Hampshire in her images.

We hope you enjoy this issue and would love to hear from you on this post’s page in the comments section.

Wishing you the best of memories,

Linda Thomas, Editor
Pine Siskin Press


Hampshire Scallion
by Rodger Martin

Road to Tinmouth
by Ann B. Day

A Splash of Water
by Marilyn Weymouth Seguin

Lake Hymn
by Lori Clark

I Don’t Think We’re in Kansas Anymore
by Nori Odoi

by Karen Hope

Remembering Mary
by Ann B. Day

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