New essay & poem at New England Memories

As spring arrives and we venture out into our communities again, I’m happy to announce new work at New England Memories: A memoir essay titled “Adams Street, Springfield, MA” by first-time contributor Robert S. McCarthy The poem, “Lake Host” from first-time contributor Brenna Manuel Thank you to Robert and Brenna for sharing their work! PleaseContinue reading “New essay & poem at New England Memories”

New prose & poetry at New England Memories

I’m pleased to welcome Leslie Vogel and Linda Warren to the list of contributors to New England Memories with Leslie’s essay “Climbing Mount Monadnock” and Linda’s poem “Great Blue Heron on the Swift River.” Also, Elaine Reardon has added to her work at the site with two poems: “Winter Sounds” and “Easter Cherog.” As I writeContinue reading “New prose & poetry at New England Memories”

New work published at New England Memories

I’m pleased to announce new work in New England Memories in which three writers eloquently guide us—to the shore of the multi-natured sea, or through ripening orchards, or to blueberry fields—as they share their memories and reflections. Berith Aargh Hogan shares her story of family, loss, and solace in her lyrical essay “They, Me &Continue reading “New work published at New England Memories”

New creative nonfiction & call for submissions

Happy 2020 from New England Memories! We said farewell to 2019 with new poetry–Parker Towle’s “Sugarloaf Descent,” Ann B. Day’s “One Last Sweet Breath,” and Yvona Fast’s “Dormant Stillness.” We also published a humorous memoir essay by first-time contributor Jesseca P. Timmons, titled “Agatha” about two sisters, four turkeys, and one “sonofabitch” dog named Louis.Continue reading “New creative nonfiction & call for submissions”