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Volume 9

Based in coastal California, this journal is influenced by the natural beauty of the land and water, and the surrounding agricultural lands and open space. Prose, poetry, and art come from contributors near and far, young and old, across the globe. Volume 9 features an extraordinary range, from poet Forrest Gander’s translation of María Baranda’s “Dylan and the Whales,” to artist Jon Ching with his bizarre and beautiful “Indestructible.”

Amanda J. Sanow, Red Hill (detail)

Volume 10 is in Final Production – Stay Tuned for Release Announcements
We believe prose, poetry, and art boost courage and hope during difficult times, and we look forward to continuing to publish work that inspires and conveys the best in each of us.

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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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