August 21, 2017


Barbara Link



[Short] [Poem]

Short

Leaving (2016-12-05) cover story fiction life native american

Award-winning California author and poet, Barbara Link, has had three stories aired on KVPR, a National Public Radio Affiliate. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous literary magazines and small presses. She also received the Sacramento State University Bazzanella Prize for fiction.

Laces (2017-01-02) cover story fiction life native american

With circumstance stacked higher than you can see over, how can you ever find your way?


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Poem

Sunday Afternoon (2016-12-12) poem unrhymed

"I took a nap today..."

Road Trip (2017-01-09) poem unrhymed

"...Afternoon stops for road repair, Tan like dirt on construction worker's arms..."

Edges (2017-02-06) poem unrhymed

"...long, skinny, windrows of green..."

Montana Wheat Field (2017-03-06) poem unrhymed

"...a coiled hemp hose braided with diamonds..."


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Barbara Link
Barbara Link


Award-winning California author and poet, Barbara Link, has had three stories aired on KVPR, a National Public Radio Affiliate. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous literary magazines and small presses.

She also received the Sacramento State University Bazzanella Prize for fiction. Her memoir, Blue Shy, was published in 2010 and awarded first prize in the Sacramento Friends of the Library First Chapter contest. She co-authored Coffee and Ink, a handbook for writing groups and was a past editor of Sacramento's Poetry Now. In addition, she was a poet/teacher for California Poets in the Schools for over fourteen years. Most recently, she was awarded second prize for poetry at the Mendocino Coast Writer's - 2016.

Partial list of publications: American River Review, Poetry Now, Mindprint Review, Anima, Missouri Review, Women's Compendium, Hardpan, Earth's Daughter's, (2014-2016) Whitefish Review, Dead Snakes, Noyo Review