Leonarda Boughton is a local Boston artist involved in many different
facets of art, from painting to design and education. She studied at the
School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Boston University. She
began developing her artwork in Mexico where she lived for 7 years. Now
back in the US, she continues to exhibit and teach- both nationally and
- Chuck Taylor tells us about the Texas, Mexico border in My Border.
- Don MacLaren is back to tell us about his experiance in Japan at
The American Club and the Vermin of the Wilderness.
- G David Schwartz tells us his New Years Resolution.
- Jessie Carty tells us about writing, cheese and the difference between living in a trailer and a house in Burrow.
- Karen Hunt gives us her Confessions Of A One-Time Murderer.
FictionOur fiction editor loves Anton Chekhov and despairs the notion that there are no latter day Chekhovs submitting works for his consideration. This is not to say that the work he receives isn’t excellent … it’s just not Chekhov. To that end WHLReview announces a new prize for fiction to be called “the Chekhov Prize.” A google search reveals several other Chekhov prizes with cash. Alas we’re not offering cash. We will look for a bearded bobble-head doll. In the mean time we have T-shirts with the Chekhov Prize logo available. Just click on Chekhov's head.
Our fiction editor Timothy Gager has a new book out: Treating a Sick Animal. A sample from this book can be found here. Our editor & publisher, not wanting to be out done, has a new chapbook too: Opuscula.
We are going to test a new section. It may be transitory or it may become a permanent part of WHLR. You decide:
fragments of novels looking for homes (publishers)
John Hanson Mitchell continues his saga in The Bear, Chapter 4.For your reading pleasure we offer an outstanding collection of short stories:
- Jacob Spears tells us about No Traffic at This Hour
- Lindsey Harding tells us what is Beyond the Field of Vision
- Nina Romero tells us about A Kiss by the Greenhouse
- Sabrina Stoessinger is very Bored of Education
- Shannon O’Connor is In Between Days
- Steve Frederick is in Searchlight, Nevada
Our poetry editor, Irene Koronas, also has a new book out: Pentakomo Cyprus
We start with an Epic Poem:
G. David Schwartz
Michael Jerry Tupa
Ricardo O. Fitten
Sally Allen McNall
Sunil P. Narayan
Zvi A. Sesling
LOVE-ZERO by A.D. Winans
(Cross- Cultural Communications Merrick, NY 2010
www.cross-culturalcommunications.com) $10. 2010.
CAPTiViTY By Deborah Noyes
(US $25.95 / CAN $29.95) (Unbridled Books) Published 2010
Fourth World by DM Gordon
Adastra Press, MMX $16.00, ISBN 978-0-9822495-4-3
Falling Off The Bicycle Forever” poems by Michael Rattee
NAME THE GLORY by Molly Mattfield Bennett
Wilderness House Press