For the second time this year, a book review of Bone Country is one of the most read reviews on the website North of Oxford, an online literary magazine from Philadelphia.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Administrator contributed a whooping 112 entries.
Entries by Administrator
Linda’s poem, “Winter Solstice,” was the featured poem on the website Poetry Catalog for November 13, 2023.
The publisher of the first edition of Talking Diamonds, New Issues Press, has closed its doors after going out of business. However, Cornerstone Press (University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point) has decided to publish a second edition and keep the book in print.
Linda’s most recent book of prose poetry, Bone Country, was selected to be featured on the DMQ’s Virtual Salon for the month of October, 2023. It includes a seven-minute video of Linda reading a selection from the book. This program also features new books by poets Annis Cassells and Brittney Corrigan. Click the button to […]
Linda was interviewed for this national series by poet and editor Megan Wildhood. Their discussion focused on Linda’s poetry and publications, specifically her new book, Bone Country.
A book review of Bone Country appeared on the Facebook page of the online journal, MacQueen’s Quinterly.
Linda has been selected to participate in creative writing workshops in Poland during the summer of 2023. She is one of seven poets and writers from the U.S. who have been invited to spend several weeks in June and July interacting with American, Polish, and Ukrainian colleagues. She is grateful to participate in this creative […]
A book review of Bone Country was recently published in ZYZZYVA, a San Francisco journal of arts and letters.
Cornerstone Press, the publisher of Bone Country, hosted a Zoom book launch featuring Linda Nemec Foster (author of Bone Country) and Heather Bourbeau.
Linda’s poem, “On the First Anniversary of His Death, I Dream of My Father,” was selected to be included in the South Lyon Poetry Project. This community-wide project places ten poems on posters (written by ten Michigan poets) throughout the downtown area in celebration of National Poetry Month.