New Anthology: FAMILY STORIES FROM THE ATTIC

FAMILY STORIES FROM THE ATTIC

Bringing letters and archives alive through
creative nonfiction, flash narratives, and poetry

To Be Published: April 1, 2017

Family Stories from the Attic features nearly two dozen works of prose and poetry inspired by letters, diaries, photographs, and other family papers and artifacts. Editors Christi Craig and Lisa Rivero bring together both experienced and new writers who share their stories in ways that reflect universal themes of time, history, family, love, and change.

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Family Stories from the Attic (cover)

CONTRIBUTORS

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Kristine D. Adams
JoAnne Bennett
Aleta Chossek
Sally Cissna
Gloria T. DiFulvio
Julia Gimbel
Myles Hopper
Margaret Krell
Amy Wang Manning
Nancy Martin
Patricia Ann McNair
Carolou Lennon Nelsen
Joanne Nelson
Annilee Newton
Pam Parker
Ramona M. Payne
Val Reynolds
Jessica Schnur
Meagan Schultz
Yvonne Stephens
Kim Suhr
Julie Anne Thorndyke

Smash! Crash! Chirp! Splash!
Who is making all that noise? Can it be a lonely little bird?

Stanley the sparrow wants to be famous and have friends, but doesn’t know how. A wise gray owl eventually gives Stanley the advice he needs.

  • Sweet and inspiring picture book
  • 15 watercolor pencil illustrations
  • Lessons in friendship, persistence, and individuality
  • Easy-to-read type (perfect for grandparents to read to grandchildren)
  • Reading level: beginning chapter book (grades 3-5)