Two of my stories were included in Stone Canoe: "Worry" and "Conversation With a Car"
Maureen gives an overview of the book:
"I handed my keys over to Worry. He was a burly man with brillo hair that no woman would ever want to run hands through."
Maureen Sherbondy grew up in Metuchen, New Jersey, and now resides in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband and three sons. Her poems have appeared in numerous publications, including European Judaism, Calyx, Feminist Studies, 13th Moon, Cairn, Comstock Review,...
One indication that a book is worth reading is the number of notes made in the margins, and I ended up with quite a few scribblings all over the clean, short poems of Maureen A. Sherbondy. Praying at Coffee...