Mylene Dressler's Writings
Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment
On a snowy morning late in December, I pulled the Jeep into the parking lot of the Matheson Wetlands Preserve, near Moab, Utah, to take part in its annual Christmas Bird Count. Marcy and Mary were waiting for me, coated, as I was, in shiny, “intelligent” materials. The snow glanced off our shoulders in flakes that thinned and thickened and thinned again....
The Atticus Review
Click on the link below to read a short-short story by Mylène Dressler, about the day a strange force arose from the sea.
Boxing the Octopus
by Joni Rodgers I'm so delighted to introduce the lovely and lyrical Mylene Dressler. Mylene (pronounced Milan, like the Italian city) was born in The Hague, the Netherlands, and began her multi-faceted career in the creative arts as a professional ballet dancer. She studied lit at the University of San Francisco and wrote her first novel, The Medusa...
Mylene Dressler is the author of three novels, "The Medusa Tree," "The Deadwood Beetle," and "The Floodmakers," and the novella "The Wedding of Anna F.", as well as essays and lyrical nonfiction (The Kenyon Review, Creative NonFiction, and others). She...
Causes Mylene Dressler Supports
The Women's Media Center