We’re proud to share these recent successes from past Hippocampus contributors:
Lorie Adair‘s debut novel, Spider Woman’s Loom has been published by Foreverland Press. Described an exquisitely woven tale, it is set on the vast and starkly beautiful Navajo reservation in the aftermath of Indian agents exploiting the land and sending children to faraway boarding schools for assimilation, Spider Woman’s Loom is narrated by Noni Lee, an old Navajo weaver whose instinct for survival and fierce resistance drives away even those she loves most.
Joanne Lozar Glenn’s essay “Sew What?” was published in the February 2015 issue of The Writer. The essay is about what sewing has to teach about writing.
Anthony Mohr’s essay titled “High School Justice – Lingering Questions” ran in the Los Angeles Daily Journal.
Sean Prentiss‘ memoir, Finding Abbey, was released from University of New Mexico Press. The Wall Street Journal wrote, “Finding Abbey” is a touching book.”
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