father’s day by Wanda Morrow Clevenger

Background photo: Anonymous/Imagefully, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Wanda Morrow Clevenger is a former Carlinville, Illinois, native.  She lost her gallbladder in 2001 and cheated death twice in 2013 when her pancreas unexpectedly jumped ship.  Over 440 pieces of her work appear or are forthcoming in 155 print and electronic publications.  Her flash fiction “Roses and Peppermint Candy” won the 2014 Winter Short Story Contest in The Holiday Café.  Her poem “corsage” won the 2014 Black Diamond Award for Excellence of Craft in The Midnight on the Stroll Poetry Contest.  Her nonfiction “Big Love” was nominated for 2016 Best of Net by Red Fez literary journal—but enough bragging, nobody likes a bragger.

For a signed copy of her debut book This Same Small Town in Each of Us:  http://edgarallanpoet.com/This_Same_Small_Town.html

Her magazine-type blog updated at her erratic discretion: http://wlc- wlcblog.blogspot.com/

Twitter: Wanda MorrowClevenger@WandaMorrowClevenger

She expects her first full-length poetry book to release in September of 2017.

Talent contest, 1973.

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