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Mary MacGowan

Author's Bio

Mary MacGowan lives alone on by frozen lake where it snows every day all winter. As she writes this, she is pleased to announce signs of Spring, and perhaps of love. She’s had over 50 poems published in literary journals, but no luck (so far) with a booklength. In addition to her daily dose of poetry, Mary is working on a novel about Jane Austen. It's a story she's always wanted to read, so she decided she'd best write it. Mary was a music major at NYU, and is an Art Therapist (Pratt Institute). She's lucky enough to be enjoying retirement, which allows her to work everyday on her artistic endeavors and to simply enjoy life.

Publications and Prizes

Does Anyone Know? (Lighter Than Air, 1998)
Apostrophe, Array, Black Buzzard Review, Blood Orange Review, California Quarterly, Cimarron Review, DASH Journal, Eureka Literary Magazine, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Half Tones to Jubilee, Licking River Review, Lullwater Review, Orange Willow Review, Palo Alto Review, Pebble Lake Review, Poem, Poesia, Seems, South Carolina Review, The Literary Review, Westview, Woman

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Listing last updated: January 25, 2016

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