Fall Colors by Doug Mathewson

Art credit - Doug Mathewson

Art credit – Elizabeth Stark

Doug Mathewson lives in Connecticut half way between New York City and Boston. He works as a writer and editor of short fiction and a sometimes photographer. His work has most recently appeared in The Boston Literary Magazine, Bartleby Snopes, The Binnacle, Bop Dead City, Jersey Devil, The Odd Magazine, and Rocky Mountain Revival. He also makes watches that do not work, and other useless everyday objects.
He is Senior Editor of Blink-Ink, 50 word fiction. www.blink-ink.org

The photos below were taken by Doug’s wife, Gemma Mathewson. Doug says this about Gemma: “We are both writers (she is a poet) and we both do photography and art. She is much more talented than I am and does fine art. I just make stuff.”

Photo credit - Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit – Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit - Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit – Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit - Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit – Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit - Gemma Mathewson

Photo credit – Gemma Mathewson

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2 thoughts on “Fall Colors by Doug Mathewson

  1. Dear Writer,

    Anytime a writer can assemble a few words and take this reader from a kitchen table by an open window in the desert, to a quiet road with dappled light and follow along side a traveler: it is a good thing.
    Thank you for a wonderful portrait. This image from your words will be with me today.

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