• Penny Harter

My poem “Last Night Over the Mountains” Posted in On-Line Anthology

I’m so pleased that a poem I wrote during January, 2011, while I was in residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, has just been posted in an on-line anthology from Sugar Mule: Women Writing Nature. You can read “Last Night Over the Mountains”  by clicking on the link below and scrolling down to my name [Penny Harter] in the table of contents. If you click on my name, you will see the poem:




http://www.sugarmule.com/PDFS/41Final2.pdf

And if you’re further interested, here’s the URL for the whole anthology; it’s a fairly large pdf file—which may take a while to download. The anthology is worth the read, and I’m delighted to be in it.

http://www.sugarmule.com/41.htm


And here’s the link for the press, itself:

http://www.sugarmule.com



Hope you enjoy exploring the anthology.

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