"We Make a Tiny Herd" by Lucy Griffith
We Make a Tiny Herd
Poems to Honor the Burro Lady of Far West Texas
In celebration of Judy Ann Magers, 1/25/1942 - 1/26/2007
Happiest on a tractor named Mabel (a muse of 55 horsepower), Lucy Griffith lives on a ranch beside the Guadalupe River near Comfort, Texas. As a poet and essayist, she has work in Bearing the Mask: Southwestern Persona Poems and Weaving the Terrain: 100-word Poems of the Southwest. She is co-editor of Echoes of the Cordillera: Attitudes and Latitudes Along the Great Divide, an ekphrasitc anthology. She was a contributor at Bread Loaf Writer's Conference in 2018, and was recently selected to receive the Wrangler Award for Poetry at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Paperback: 86 pages
Publication Date: March 12, 2019