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Linda Nemec Foster Prose Poems Accepted for Publication by MSU Libraries’ Short Editions

Linda Nemec Foster’s two prose poems were accepted for publication by MSU Libraries’ Short Editions. In addition, these pieces, “Abandoned House in the Tatra Mountain” and “House of Strong Light–El Escorial”, were selected to be considered for inclusion in MSU’s Filmetry: A Festival of Poetry and Film in 2022. For more information, contact Cindy Hunter […]

Linda Nemec Foster’s Visual Artist Collaborations Selected for WordView Exhibit

Linda Nemec Foster has two collaborations with visual artists selected for the WordView Exhibit sponsored by LowellArts in Lowell, MI. Her poem “Pause: Seasons of Pandemic” was inspired by Meridith Ridl’s painting, “Pause,” and her poem “Dance” was inspired by Dianne Carroll Burdick’s hand-colored photograph of the same title. The juried show is open to […]

“My Silent Uncle and His Orchids” is published in the Writing After Roethke: A 2022 Calendar

Linda Nemec Foster’s poem, “My Silent Uncle and His Orchids,” was published in the Writing After Roethke: A 2022 Calendar. Other poets included in this project are Patricia Hooper, Robert Fanning, Matthew Gavin Frank, Cindy Hunter Morgan, A. Van Jordan, and Bob Hicok. For more information, contact Chris Giroux (Project Coordinator) at Saginaw Valley State […]

Linda Nemec Foster Interview with Jeff Milo from A Little Too Quiet

Linda Nemec Foster is interviewed by Jeff Milo for his podcast, A Little Too Quiet (sponsored by the Ferndale Public Library in Ferndale, Michigan). In this interview, Linda discusses her new book, The Blue Divide, and the life stories that inform and inspire her poetry and writing. A Little Too Quiet – Podcast Interview with […]