Wanda Morrow Clevenger lives in Hettick, IL – population 200, give or take. She used to think poetry was a waste of good words. Now poetry is a daily preoccupation, that and thinking about living somewhere warm year round. A recent brush with her own mortality has left her with the strange desire to learn to knit mohair hats with circular needles.
Her poetry recently appeared in Sheepshead Review, See Spot Run, Cheap and Easy, Rattle (print publications, but those works will or won’t appear on her blog in due course): http://wlc-wlcblog.blogspot.com/ and Diverse Voices Quarterly: http://www.diversevoicesquarterly.com/shadow-people/
Red Fez (micro nonfiction): http://www.redfez.net/nonfiction/499
Long Story Short (micro fiction, yes, let’s call it fiction): http://www.alongstoryshort.net/DogPeopleoftheBygone.html
The Camel Saloon (second hump): http://secondhump4.blogspot.com/
Her debut book This Same Small Town in Each of Us (2011) is available for purchased here: http://edgarallanpoet.com/This_Same_Small_Town.html or by contacting Wanda personally for an autographed, discounted book here:firstname.lastname@example.org