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Chincoteague by W.F. Lantry

Background photo: Emma Kerr/PDF, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

W.F. Lantry spent many years walking the deserts and climbing the mountains of Southern California. Now he spends time roaming the Eastern Forests from Maryland to Vermont and practicing woodworking near the Anacostia River. His poetry collections are The Terraced Mountain (Little Red Tree 2015), The Structure of Desire (Little Red Tree 2012), winner of a 2013 Nautilus Award in Poetry, and The Language of Birds (2011). He received his PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Houston. Honors include the National Hackney Literary Award in Poetry, CutBank Patricia Goedicke Prize, Crucible Editors’ Prize, Lindberg Foundation International Poetry for Peace Prize (Israel), the Old Red Kimono Paris Lake Poetry Prize and Potomac Review Prize. His work has appeared widely online and in print. He is the editor of Peacock Journal.

W.F. Lantry
W.F. Lantry
WF Lantry pic 2010
W.F. Lantry
Young James and the Chincoteague horses
Young James with the Chincoteague Horses






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Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum

3 thoughts on “Chincoteague by W.F. Lantry Leave a comment

  1. Oh, I read all the Chincoteague horse books over and over again in some years past. Saw the title on the email and had to come here…and am so glad I did…and so glad you let those ponies who have survived much eat your peaches and melons.

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