On Hearing My Friend Had Died by Ann Stewart McBee

Art Credit - PP&P Staff

Art Credit – PP&P Staff

Ann Stewart McBee was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She earned her PhD in creative writing at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, where she still teaches undergraduate composition and creative writing, and served as an editor for cream city review. Her work has appeared in Ellipsis, Untamed Ink, So to Speak, and At Length among others. She lives in Milwaukee with her husband and a mischievous terrier. Her novel Veiled Men, is looking for a home. Here you can find her blog: http://mcbeesectionnine.blogspot.com/, and here you can find links to other work and a synopsis of Veiled Men:http://annmcbee.tumblr.com/.

The author with Ozymandias, the terrier mentioned above.

The author with Ozymandias, the terrier mentioned above.

The Michigan shoreline that inspired the author.

The Michigan shoreline that inspired the author.

The same Michigan shoreline and terrier.

The same Michigan shoreline and terrier.

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