Artist Statement: Anne Marie Warner is a carpenter’s daughter from south suburban Chicago. She writes from her perch in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she lives with her husband and daughters. This year she completed an essay collection/memoir (which she sometimes calls her m+essay collection) loosely chronicling a four-year spiritual wandering from the protestant fold of her roots into an anglican practice of faith.
browsing category: Summer 2018
a chaplain’s assistant writes haiku 1. A canteen of wine and a bag of Wonder bread. “Have gun, have chapel.” 2. Like the Good Book says,
The summer after I turned twelve, my brothers and I were coinslot rats at the boardwalk arcade. Mom and Dad packed up
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