June 7th: Anne Brudevold Features

Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect Street with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On May June 7, we welcome back past feature and local author and publisher Anne Brudevold.

Anne is a recalcitrant poet since there's no money in it and she needs to make money, so she has caved in to the dirty world of commerce and is writing a not too sappy romance novel with redeeming qualities such as jabs at the logging industry in Maine and kudos to the art of knife making. She hopes to get into the mosh pit of being publishing and getting a substantia advance. She has published in Wilderness House Literary Review, OntheBus, Plieiades, University of Missouri Press. Windhorse, Black Bough, Ibbetson St., Bagelbards, Peregrine, Appleseeds, and on Spoonful. Also, Wilderness House Literary Review published her novel Hunter Moon online. She has one Pushcart nomination, and won honorable mention at the Cyclaments and Swords recent contest, and second place in the Best of the Valley Optimist Contest. She publishes Eden Waters Press. Issues are availabe on June 7th at deep discount. She likes to cook, eat, and hike. She has featured at Borders, Stone Soup, and the Moultenburough Public Library in New Hampshire. She's a little insecure, but who isn't in these waning days of the recap of the Roman Empire.

Visit the Eden Waters Press web site.