West Marin Review, Volume 4
As with previous volumes, the current volume of the West Marin Review includes writers and artists both local and from across the country. Of the many contributors in Volume 4 are acclaimed poets Robert Hass and Jane Hirshfield, journalists Mark Dowie and George Clyde, essayist and novelist Susan Trott, musician Bart Hopkin, artists Susan Hall, Claudia Chapline, and art school students of West Marin.
West Marin Review, Volume 3
Essays, poetry, and art from artists and writers near and far. Contributors include Catherine David, Jonathan Rowe, Elia Haworth, Tom Killion, Cynthia Cady, Jody Farrell, Agustina Martinez, Agnes Wolohan Smuda von Burkleo, Dave Mitchell, Terry Nordbye, Flor Jimenez, Julia Bartlett, Hal Ober, Roy Mash, Christa Burgoyne, Patti Trimble, Jon Langdon, Dewey Livingston, Albert Flynn DeSilver, and many others.
West Marin Review, Volume 2
The second edition of the West Marin Review explores the questions, “Who We Are, Where We Come From.” The answers that emerge—in black and white and full color across diverse media—range from family, place, and cherry pie, to Holland and New Jersey in the 1950s. Contributors include Philip Fradkin, Blair Fuller, Joanne Kyger, Linda Pastan, Steve Heilig, Terry Tempest Williams, John Anderson, Evvy Eisen, Fariba Bogzaran, Annet Held, Claudia Chapline, Igor Savevich, as well as new talent.
West Marin Review, Volume 1
Copies of the debut issue of the West Marin Review—soon to be a collector’s item!—are still available. This issue includes prose, poetry, and art by Robert Hass, Natalie Goldberg, Mark Dowie, Jules Evens, Susan Hall, Inez Storer, Andrew Romanoff, and others. Please consider giving the Review as a gift in support of the arts.
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Were you able to join us at Toby's Feed Barn recently for that memorable, tear-jerker of a reading with Terry Tempest Williams? If so, you'll surely want something to remember it by. If not, here's a chance to savor the author's exquisite literary style and singular perspective.
A limited-edition broadside is now available, featuring Williams' prose and the artwork of our very own Nancy Stein. Proceeds will support the publication of West Marin Review.
Above: Marty Knapp, Blue Oak Group, 2007
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