Winter 2012/Spring 2013
"Greenwoman Magazine celebrates garden writing in all its forms: fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, commentary, biography, art, and comics!
Daring and fun, Greenwoman is for the hip gardener who loves digging into the world of art and environmental thought that underlies gardening."
Greenwoman Magazine is a completely independent, one-woman-owned-and-run publication. (Well, two-women, when Sandra’s daughter Zora, who is the Deputy Editor, has time from her full-time college work).
Greenwoman Magazine: A Literary Garden is chock full of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, commentary, book reviews, arts, and comics. It’s an ideal read for those interested in homesteading, gardening, and literature with a natural theme.
The contributors offer quality writing that is engaging and fun. I found myself immersed in this issue, enjoying the artwork, and gaining some great information along the way. It is a unique publication that stands out from others in similar genres, and most importantly it is a one-woman-owned-and-run magazine!
The pieces that I enjoyed the most are:
- Poultry Season by Bonnie Simon
All day long, my little bird-friends roam around the backyard, doing what chickens were born to do. They run around and flap their wings. They eat all the kitchen scraps in what used to be the compost pile. They hold meetings under the deck. They make me laugh and remind me how to greet every day as an opportunity for something good.
- A Generous Season by Tom Preble
- Grow by Carolyn Williams-Noren
- Diary of a Garden Goddess by Sandra Knauf
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