"Through Layered Limestone" by Multiple Contributors, Editor D. Ellis Phelps
Includes poetry from multiple poets featured at the ongoing Comfort Quarterly Poetry Event founded by Comfort locals Judith Youngers and Lucy Griffith.
THROUGH LAYERED LIMESTONE
Through Layered Limestone: A Texas Hill Country Anthology of Place features poetry, prose and photography that sets readers firmly in the allure and beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Through history, mainly centered on Kendall County, Texas, and descriptive narratives, our goal was to bring to life the fullness of living here.
A significant portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book benefits the Dietert Historical Archives at the Patrick Heath Public Library, Boerne, Texas.
Rohn Bayes • Chris Billings • Laura Bray • Kate Bremer • Lynne Burnett • Paula Cairns • Claire Vogel Camargo • Sarah Colby • Marisol Cortez • Susan Damon • Charles Darnell • Glover Davis • Katy Dwyer • Pamela Ferguson • Nancy Fierstien • Tina Mollie Fisher • Lucy Griffith • Loan K. Harman • Stephanie L. Harper • Cindy Huyser • Maria Illich • Patricia Keoughan, PhD • Jim LaVilla-Havelin • Darlene Logan • Ruth McArthur • Laurence Musgrove • Elizabeth Anna Nolen • Robert Okaji • Becky Crouch Patterson • Donna Peacock • d. ellis phelps • John Poch • Anjela Villarreal Ratliff • Carol Coffee Reposa • Lee Robinson • Lisa Toth Salinas • Jack Lyndon Thomas • Sarah Joy Thompson • Michael Vecchio • Loretta Diane Walker • Akeith Walters • Mobi Warren • Cassie Wedding • Charlie Whipple • Judith Youngers
About D. Ellis Phelps:
D. Ellis Phelps is a Texas woman and author of three collections of poetry: what she holds (Moon Shadow Sanctuary, 2020), what holds her (Main Street Rag, 2019) and words gone wild (Kelsay Books' Daffydowndilly Press, 2021).
Phelps is the founder and managing editor of the small Indie press, Moon Shadow Sanctuary Press. In that capacity, she has served as managing editor for three anthologies: The Larger Geometry: poems for peace (peaceCenter Books 2018), Through Layered Limestone: a Texas Hill Country Anthology of place (Friends of the Boerne Library, 2019), and purifying wind (Moon Shadow Sanctuary Press, 2020). Each purchase of the first two collections directly benefits either the peaceCenter San Antonio or the Patrick Heath Public Library in Boerne, Texas. A fourth anthology, milagros: everyday miracles (working title) is forthcoming October 2021 from The Friends of the Boerne Library.
- Publisher : Independently published (August 8, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 173 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1082457078
- ISBN-13 : 978-1082457074
- Item Weight : 9.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.44 x 9 inches