The Poetry of Mary K O'Melveny










April 6  These annual blooms always feel like some of Mother Nature’s greatest works. Here’s hoping they will last into our uncertain future.

 

 

 

 


“An Apple In Her Hand.”    Just Published by Codhill Press.

 

I am a co-author of this collection featuring poetry, memoir, short stories by members of The Hudson Valley Women’s Writing Group (that’s me and my six creative writing colleagues listed on the cover!).

 

You can order copies from the publisher’s web page.

 

https://www.codhill.com/product/an-apple-in-her-hand-colleen-geraghty-kit-goldpaugh-eileen-howard-tana-miller-mary-k-omelveny-jan-zlotnik-schmidt-kappa-waugh/

 

  

 



 



 

THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK

29 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY

A WOMAN OF A CERTAIN AGE - THREE POETS REFLECT



  Jan Schmidt  - Lucia Cherciu - Mary K. O'Melveny  


 

 

 

January 3, 2019

 

 





 

 

I am pleased to report that my poem, "Slipping Below The Surface," has been published in Volume 3 of the on-line poetry magazine, In Layman's Terms.  The theme of the issue is Water.

 

Here's the link: 

 

In Layman's Terms: Water:
https://issuu.com/inlaymansterms/docs/water/50

 

In Layman’s Terms is a literary journal dedicated to encouraging a new appreciation of science, technology, and the natural world for the average person. To submit your own work or to read more, visit https://iltreview.com  

 

photo_large.jpgIn Layman's Terms


 

 

A GREAT GATHERING IN HONOR OF MY NEW BOOK  

"A WOMAN OF A CERTAIN AGE"

 

ALSO ON HAND, EDWARD WELCH, THE BOOK'S COVER ART DESIGNER.

 

 

WHAT A WONDERFUL EVENT AT CRAFTSPEOPLE, WEST HURLY NY.   MANY FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS ON HAND - A LOVELY RECEPTION, ALL COURTESY OF MY DEAR FRIEND, MARY ELWYN.


 

 

I am excited to be featured on the blog site for The Writer's Center!

 

An Interview with Mary K. O’Melveny, author of A Woman of a Certain Age

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THEWRITERSCENTER.BLOGSPOT.COM

 

The Writer's Guide

A blog about the literary community in DC and beyond.

 


 

 

I encourage everyone to look at this beautiful journal and, even better, buy a physical copy to add to your bookcase or coffee table. My poem, "Remembering the Four Freedoms," appears on p.14-15. I am honored to be included here! Enjoy.

 

Still Point Arts Quarterly Fall 2018, No. 31Still Point Arts Quarterly is a truly beautiful and engaging art and literary journal. This special issue is dedicated to honoring and reinterpreting Norman Rockwell's Four Freedom paintings, which were inspired by a speech by Franklin Roosevelt and published in the Saturday Evening Post in 1943.

 





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