Art Credit – PP&P Staff
Wanda Morrow Clevenger lives in Hettick, IL – population 200, give or take. Her family has traveled to some great vacation destinations, but during the past 4-year interim (in which she and her husband traveled exclusively to visit their first grandson), she has taken up rummaging secondhand stores for vintage vacation souvenir plates. At fifty cents a pop, there’s much to be said for living vicariously.
Recent published work:
The Camel Saloon: http://www.redfez.net/nonfiction/531?utm_source=new+issue+emailer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new+issue+emailer1
This is Poetry: http://thisispoetry.tumblr.com/tagged/wanda-morrow-clevenger
Enhance Magazine: http://enhancemag.onimpression.com/post/81934780043/enhance-the-last-issue-buy-a-print-copy-or-read
Bone Orchard Poetry: http://www.boneorchardpoetry.blogspot.ie/
Purchase and Blog Links:
This Same Small Town in Each of Us purchase link: http://edgarallanpoet.com/This_Same_Small_Town.html (or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for free shipping)
Visit her blog of random published work – It’s All Just Telling Tales Out of School: http://wlc-wlcblog.blogspot.com/
Wanda and husband, Monte, at the top of Pikes Peak (2004). Whenever possible, don’t drive a very old van to the top yourself, don’t look out the passenger-side window, don’t think about the complete absence of guard rails, don’t go up on a motorcycle (they didn’t but rounded a corner to find a petrified woman and bike down, her boyfriend unaware she wasn’t still behind him), and, oh, never wear sandals cause you ain’t in Florida no more, baby.
Wanda on vacation in Monument Valley (2005), appropriately attired in fox pelt – named Stubby for his comical short limbs. She needed Stubby at the top of Pikes Peak.