Monthly Archives: September 2017

Summer’s end

Apples began to fall from the trees yesterday. White faced hornets, bees, and small ragged butterflies mill around goldrenrod and asters. The last few days have been in the 80’s, so we dip into the ponds for the last swims … Continue reading

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Straw Dog Writers Guild Showcase

Straw Dog Writer’s Guild 4th Annual Author Showcase Forbes Library Wed. Sept 27, 2017 7-9pm Short readings, refreshments, book signings. Free & open to the public I’ll be reading here along with nine other authors, Dick Gently, Michael Goldman, Trivia … Continue reading

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September Readings and giveaway

 Sept 23 & 24  I’ll be one of the folks reading at the Garlic & Arts Festival in Orange MA. My slot is close to noon on Saturday.  Visit the Energy Tent, and find out about alernative sources of energy … Continue reading

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Two new poems published Today

at https://poppyroadreview.blogspot.com Go take a look !  and scroll down for an opportunity to  have a free e chapbook sent to you of the Heart is a Nursery for Hope.  While I’m here, I’ll share that this is a close up of … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, armenia, carpets, Hye, Hyaston, magic, Poems

Labor Day brings good morning literary surprises

This morning a poem was published in moon magazine.  Do follow the link to see the wonderful pairing of photograph and poem. http://moonmagazine.org/elaine-reardon-lady-fate-2017-09-02/ Also, there is an interview with me at this website, hosted by Amarine Ravenwood, and I think you’ll … Continue reading

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An ebook giveaway

http://poppyroadreview.blogspot.com  is the link.  Sandy Benitez, Flutter Press, is giving away 10 copies of my chapbook, The Heart is a Nursery for Hope.  Go check it out, and thank you for visiting! Elaine.    

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Cool Mornings Bring a Visitor

Each morning when I opened my front door, a small snake was curled on the sill.  She made her way through a crack in the screen door, and seemed to find this a warm haven. We surprised each other the … Continue reading

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