Essay at Salon.com—”From magnificent tree to ‘nurse log’: After her fall, she’s still nourishing me from the forest floor”
My relationship with my longtime analyst changed after her stroke transformed her into a new version of herself… View the full essay at the Salon site.
McClelland & Stewart published Molly Peacock’s Alphabetique: 26 Characteristic Fictions on November 17, 2014. Charming, magical tales inspired by letters of the alphabet, layered with jewel-like collages by Kara Kosaka, this book is a one-of-a-kind collection of sensual stories of love, yearning, and self-discovery.
Molly leads monthly Mutual Muse Goal Group sessions via Skype. The goal group, which is for poets and prose writers, operates on the premise that simply declaring a literary goal to others goes a long way towards fulfilling the goal. The group is now full, but email Molly to be put on a waiting list.
Slapering Hol Press published another in their two-poet conversations chapbook series in October 2014. Molly is paired with Amy M. Clark in A Turn Around the Mansion Grounds: Poets in Conversation & A Conversation.
Story Line Press published Jason Guriel’s monograph Molly Peacock: A Critical Introduction in June 2014.
Read Jason Guriel’s interview with Molly in Contemporary Verse 2.
Read E. Martin Nolan’s interview with Molly, Jason Guriel, and Robert McGill in The Puritan: Frontiers of New English.
Read some savvy reviewers who assess The Paper Garden on the TLC Blog Tour Stops:
Mockingbird Hill Cottage
Bookfoolery and Babble
The Whimsical Cottage
A Life Sustained
Redlady’s Reading Room
Boarding in My Forties
Book Club Classics!
Savvy Verse and Wit
interview with Molly Peacock
Molly’s poems “The Lull,” “Next Afternoon,” and “Buffalo” appear in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman..
See The Reading Club Web site for information about starting and running your own reading and book club.