Madeline MacGregor's Writings
The apples were green. Gravensteins, sold by the box.Thickly pared and shaped spiraled peelcut loose from white pith. The beans were green. Narrow, straight—five inches.Pounds counted, dill cut and garlic stripped-papery wrappings, vinegar and salt. The peaches were pink. Freestones, plumply shaped.Slipped skin, pink flesh, astonishingly moistjuices running...
The garden is where the true world exists... and this is where we go to lose our sense of importance. The real action of the planet is interpreted elegantly by the work of insects and birds. We shrink and expand according to their dictate.”
—Madeline Irene MacGregor
Madeline MacGregor and her husband live in semi-rural Oregon. She is employed by Oregon Travel Experience as their communications officer. MacGregor was both reporter and book review editor for "Pandora: A Washington Women's News-journal." She also reported...
Causes Madeline MacGregor Supports
Madeline’s Favorite Books
Thirteen Moons, Lacuna, The Bonesetters Daughter, Tale of Two Cities, The Golden Bowl, The Color Purple, Notes of a Native Son, When Things Fall Apart,...