My book got notice in the Winter 2015 issue of the Oregon Stater magazine for OSU alums.
A nice surprise when you’re thumbing through a magazine that just arrived in the mail.
I suddenly stopped turning pages. “Whoa! I know that book jacket.”
Took me a moment to realize it’s an earlier version of the cover with the white ribbon. I don’t know how they acquired that photo, but it’s nice to get the recognition.
I guess I’m what’s called a platypus. I was a beaver for my undergraduate work and a duck for my masters.
The U of O alum magazine, the Oregon Quarterly, gave the book recognition in their Autumn 2014 issue, shown here at right with the brown ribbon that graces the actual book.
I don’t think anyone will mistake the book, whether the ribbon’s white or brown. It’s a pretty distinctive design, thanks to the artists at Globe Pequot Press.
You are a treasurer in our writing group! Thank you for sharing about the muse today.
Wilma, thank you for your lovely comment. Glad to see you here on my blog. 🙂