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West Marin Review—one of the most democratic and wide-ranging publications in the country (selections are chosen blind by committees of writers, poets, and artists)—is a collaborative effort of the local, independent Point Reyes Books and friends and neighbors from the rural West Marin, California community. Known for its diverse company of contributors, the award-winning Review features art and poetry from residents of West Marin, and of villages—and cities—across the country. There are professional writers and artists here, along with novices publishing for the first time. The art and poetry of schoolchildren complements history and nature writing, as well as poetry, art, music, essays, and stories from funny to profound, all in a full-color book awarded for excellence of design.

Stars in this issue of the Review include artist Russell Chatham, poets Robert Hass and Jane Hirschfield, journalist Mark Dowie, and novelist Susan Trott.

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West Marin Review—one of the most democratic and wide-ranging publications in the country—is a collaborative effort of the Point Reyes Books and friends and neighbors from the West Marin community. Steering Committee members are Nancy Adess, Madeleine Corson, Steve Costa, Dianne Fradkin, Doris Ober, Lila Purinton, and Ellen Serber. Local artists, writers, poets and community members serve as reviewers for each issue.

As the West Marin Review is produced by a small, non-profit group of volunteers, we welcome and appreciate contributions. Please consider donating—even a small amount can help sustain this publication. Click here to donate. If you would like to volunteer, write to info@westmarinreview.org. If you are interested in submitting work, please visit our submissions page for further information.

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ISBN:
9781937359331
Author:
Tomales Bay Library Association
Publisher:
Tomales Bay Library Association
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
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Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20121031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
140
Dimensions:
10 x 7 in

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West Marin Review—one of the most democratic and wide-ranging publications in the country (selections are chosen blind by committees of writers, poets, and artists)—is a collaborative effort of the local, independent Point Reyes Books and friends and neighbors from the rural West Marin, California community. Known for its diverse company of contributors, the award-winning Review features art and poetry from residents of West Marin, and of villages—and cities—across the country. There are professional writers and artists here, along with novices publishing for the first time. The art and poetry of schoolchildren complements history and nature writing, as well as poetry, art, music, essays, and stories from funny to profound, all in a full-color book awarded for excellence of design.

Stars in this issue of the Review include artist Russell Chatham, poets Robert Hass and Jane Hirschfield, journalist Mark Dowie, and novelist Susan Trott.

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