Mary Paynter Sherwin

Mary Paynter Sherwin

Mary Paynter Sherwin’s work is heavily influenced by her knowledge and love of science, religion, and art. Most recently, her work has appeared in The Midway Journal and in Drash: Northwest Mosaic. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband, David.

Click below to see Mary’s poems on the Rattapallax blog and to hear the interview conducted July 21, 2010 by Paul E Nelson.

Click below to see Mary’s poems on the Rattapallax blog and to hear the interview conducted July 21, 2010 by Paul E Nelson.

http://rattapallax.org/blog/tag/mary-paynter-sherwin/

 

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  2. [...] Mary Paynter Sherwin’s work has appeared most recently in The Midway Journal, Drash: Northwest Mosaic, and Unswept. She was also recently named one of the Northwest’s most innovative poets by Rattapallax. Mary is pursuing an MFA at Saint Mary’s College of California and lives in Oakland with her husband, David. http://splab.org/mary-sherwin/ Share this:StumbleUponDiggRedditLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post. Tagged with: A Theory of Small Earthquakes, American Short fiction, Anne Sexton, authors, Barge Journal, Best American Short Stories, books, Boston Globe, Break, City of Tucscon's Ward One, Drash, Drue Heinz Literature Prize, Edward Lewis Wallant award, end of life, Esquire, fiction, hospice volunteer association, John Simon Guggenheim, Kore Press, Leo Litwalk, Linda Gray Sexton, Look Magazine, Mary Paynter Sherwin, memoir, Meredith Maran, MFA, Mid American Review, Midway Journal, National Jewish Book Award, nea, New England Review, New York Times, nonfiction, Northwest Mosaic, O Henry Prize, Peg Alford Pursell, poet, poetry, Pulitzer Prize, Pushcart Prize, Rattapallax, readings, Saint Mary's College, Salon, San Francisco, SF Chronicle, SFSU, shakuhachi, Shannon Cain, Sommer Schafer, Southwords, Stan Goldberg, Studio 333, The Colorado Review, The Necessity of Certain Behaviors, The Table, Tin House, Unswept, Waiting for the News, Why There Are Words [...]

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