The Night before I Climbed Mt. Washington by Dawn Paul

Art Credit - PP&P Staff

Art Credit – PP&P Staff

Dawn Paul is the author of two novels, The Country of Loneliness (Marick Press) and Still River (Corvid Press). Her work has appeared in the anthologies Going Alone—Women’s Solo Wilderness Adventures and Steady as She Goes—Women’s Stories of the Sea, both from Seal Press. Dawn is a performer on the Improbable Places Poetry Tour, a project curated by poet Colleen Michaels that has brought poetry readings to a YMCA swimming pool, a tattoo parlor, a metals foundry and other unlikely places for poetry. She teaches writing at Montserrat College of Art and kayaks, backpacks, skis and bikes in New England and elsewhere.

Publisher, Marick Press www.marickpress.com

Poetry and fiction online:

Damselfly Press  http://damselflypress.net/poetry/issue-25-poetry/

Red-headed Stepchild  http://www.redheadedmag.com/

Valparaiso Fiction Review  http://scholar.valpo.edu/vfr/

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3 thoughts on “The Night before I Climbed Mt. Washington by Dawn Paul

    • Indeed the cold is almost tangible. It was colder on Washington, 0 in the tent at night, -30 with windchill when we reached the summit. One very cold weekend!

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