Sarah Kennedy is the author of The Cross and the Crown series of Tudor novels from Knox Robinson Publishing. She also writes historical poetry.
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Many thanks to the editors at Per Contra for these latest poetry publications! http://percontra.net/issue/winter-2015/poetry/the-sheela-na-gig-at-llandrindod-wells/ http://percontra.net/issue/spring-2016/poetry/the-home-front/ http://percontra.net/issue/spring-2016/poetry/a-may-poem/ http://percontra.net/issue/winter-2015/poetry/the-sheela-na-gig-at-llandrindod-wells/
Last week, I fell and hit my head. Hard. It was a typical morning, with sunshiny summer weather, and my hound Gypsy was (typically) begging me to take her for her first walk of the day. Is it time to go yet? Is it time now? Now? Now? Is it…
It’s hot this July in Virginia–very hot–and I’m drafting a new novel, set in Arkansas (the place where some of my relatives came from). Gypsy says, “Would you mind carrying me the rest of the way home?” When I’m in the middle of writing a novel, I often find that…