Pages Tagged With: "literature"
Chet’la Sebree Middletown Established Literature: Poetry By: Gail Obenreder Chet’la Sebree seeks accessibility, illumination and connection for herself – and readers – in her widely published poems, several nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She has presented at numerous conferences, often about her work on Sally Hemings, an enslaved woman with whom Thomas Jefferson had children. […]
Don Foster Dover Established Literature: Fiction By: Gail Obenreder Don Foster grew up “in a small farm town where people rode four-wheelers, practiced duck calls, and burned trash.” He’s been a resident of Dover for thirteen years now, but his uncles and cousins are carpenters, farmers and watermen in the land of his childhood – […]
Leslie Hsu Oh Middletown Established Literature: Creative Nonfiction By: Gail Obenreder Leslie Hsu Oh has lived in Middletown for four years, but the accomplished writer and widely traveled nature photographer is still inspired by the entire country’s sweeping natural world. Oh was born in North Carolina, but “I feel like I grew up in the […]