A Pomme Journal Publication |published: 11/11/2019
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Fernweh is a German word used to describe a feeling of wanderlust, farsickness or a deep longing to be somewhere else. Pomme is looking to create a publication of fictional short stories and poems that feature characters with this sense of longing or incite farsickness in the reader.
DANIELLE BATALION OLA The Legend of Emi
Writes from Brooklyn with the support of her dog, Stitch. Find her in the creative newsletter Amator.
RUTH KESSLER Memento
A two-time immigrant whose work explores the themes of place, displacement and memory.
MERYL SCHWARTZ BAER Daydreamer
Former financial geek, she moved to the New Jersey shore and writes about her travels and travails, family, food.
MARISA P. CLARK Wild Animals Running Away
A native of the Mississippi Gulf Coast and former resident of Atlanta, she is a queer writer who serves as a fiction reader for New England Review.
GARRETT KELLY Pepperoni
MEARA LEVEZOW Alternate Timelines
Meara Levezow is a queer poet from Sheboygan, Wisconsin living and studying in Brooklyn. She has worked in restaurants for over twenty years.
KEITH MOORE Happy Meal
Keith Moore is a native New Englander with an advanced degree in literature from the University of Oklahoma.
CLEO GRIFFITH The Shape of Longing
A member of the Modesto CA Branch of National League of American Pen Women, she lives in Salida, CA with her husband Tom and their cat, Amber.
BRENT E WHITE Road to Somewhere
For twenty-three years he travelled the world in the U.S. Navy. In addition to working with special needs students, he sculpts carousel figures.
JEFFERSON NAVICKY Portrait of Anna K.
Teaching English at Southern Maine Community College, he lives on the coast of Maine with his wife and puppy.
JOSEPH S. PETE Temporal Fernweh
Twitter & Instagram: @nwi_jsp
Award-winning journalist, Iraq War veteran, Indiana University grad, frequent guest on Lakeshore Public Radio.
VERONICA SCHARF GARCIA Noting, the Wind
Grew up in South America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. She continues her itinerant life now in Europe, her last home base was Calabasas CA.
MATT DUBE Roma
Teaches Creative Writing and American Literature in a mid-Missouri university.
REBECCA PYLE SUMMER (for Robert Green, long gone)
Both artist and writer, she lives in Utah.
ELIZABETH J. COLEMAN City of Light
ANN HOWELLS I’m Headed South Again
Facebook: Ann Howells
Ann Howells edited Illya’s Honey from 1999 to 2017. Named a “Distinguished Poet of Dallas” by the city in 2001.
ERICH VON HUNGEN Unknown
His YouTube channel explores issues of social consciousness and matters of the human heart - its uses and misuses.
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