To all the artists who whittle flakes from their core and put it into paper; The Almagre Review wishes to say thank you. To all our readers…Issue 3, ENVIRONMENT, is here. Come support, read, and delight in those who shape narrative and tell our story. Their essence can be found in these pages.
In January, 2017, The Almagre Review went to Taos to interview famed American author John Nichols. For two nights, he spoke about his life, his novels, and his political and environmental philosophies. Highlights from this interview are in Issue 3: ENVIRONMENT.
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Once again, we share with you news from The Almagre Review. We interviewed famed Taos writer John T. Nichols, the author of the Milagro Beanfield War trilogy, in January, 2017. The Almagre Review will soon publish our Environmental Issue, with an excerpt from the John Nichols interview featuring his environmental philosophy for which he is famous.
We are also planning a Symposium on Sustainability and the New Agriculture. We anticipate that Colorado businessman and organic rancher Mike Callicrate will participate. Also soon to come, we are scheduling The Almagre Review Literary Salons. Our first Salon will be with Janice Gould, former Poet Laureate of Colorado, who will lead a reading and discussion of Kate Chopin’s, “Story of an Hour.” This is a very short story (about 2 pages) which we will read on April 6 at the Salon (location and time TBA).
In May, I will lead a reading and discussion of Ernest Hemingway’s, “Soldier’s Home,” another very short story.