On Friday, April 20, 8:30 a.m., Linda Nemec Foster and Anne-Marie Oomen appeared on Upfront Fridays at Traverse City’s Horizon Bookstore, Upnorth Media, channel 189 (public access channel). To watch the full interview on Upnorth Media, click here!
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Linda Nemec Foster and Anne-Marie Oomen are interviewed on WGVU (the NPR affiliate in Grand Rapids on the campus of Grand Valley State University) on April 2 (10:15-10:30 AM) by Shelley Irwin for the Morning Show. To listen to the full interview, please click here.
Poets Anne-Marie Oomen and Linda Nemec Foster will read from their new book, The Lake Michigan Mermaid, at a fundraiser for FLOW on Thursday, April 19. For more information on the fundraising event, please click here. The Lake Michigan Mermaid: Co-Authors Discuss Their New Work Published by Wayne State University Press for the Made in […]
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Author’s Bio Linda Nemec Foster is the author of eleven collections of poetry including Amber Necklace from Gdansk (LSU Press), Talking Diamonds (New Issues Press), and The Lake Michigan Mermaid (Wayne State University Press). Her work has been published in numerous magazines and journals such as The Georgia Review, Nimrod, Quarterly West, Witness, New […]
Blue It must have been her accent that seduced and baffled my ears. The Egyptian woman, still lost in the desert air of Cairo, read her poems filled with water from the Nile and blue heaven, blue heaven, blue heaven flying over the lotus flowers. I heard “heaven” but later discovered she said “heron.” A […]
The Lake Michigan Mermaid will be available March 5, 2018 but Preorder Today! See what people are saying about Linda Nemec Foster’s most recent book! The Lake Michigan Mermaid is a new tale that feels familiar. The breeze off the lake, the sand underfoot, the supreme sadness of being young and not in control-these sensations come rushing […]
The Simple ABCʼs of How to Survive Anything Always look before you leap: even if thereʼs nothing there. Be prepared for the inevitable: and you know what Iʼm talking about. Carefully tie your shoes: the laces may betray you to the sidewalk. Donʼt do anything: the need to hold still is essential. Even if you […]
1. What inspired you write your first poem and when was that? I remember it was an assignment in fifth grade. We had to write a poem about Spring–specifically, about the month of May. My poem was heavy on rhyme and had a strong da-dum, da-dum, da-dum beat. We also illustrated our poems and mine […]
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