Volume 7

From California to Cuba, and from the far Northwest corner of Montana to New Brunswick, Canada, this volume delivers potent prose, trenchant poetry, and evocative art from writers and artists of all ages and backgrounds. Experience Stephanie Dickinson’s explosive story of violence and grief, the boyhood recollections of Blair Fuller, and cover artist Noreen Rei Fukumori’s succulent pairing of fruit and reconciliation.

Catherine J. Richardson, Caspian (detail)

Home is the moment

the quail arrive

– Joanne Kyger, “About Now” (excerpt from “Hiding out with Joanne Kyger” by Steve Heilig)

The West Marin Review is an award-winning literary and arts journal founded in the rural town of Point Reyes Station, California.

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