The third and final part of Beth Kaplan’s three-part series of essays focused on the writing and publishing of her new memoir, Loose Woman: my odyssey from lost to found
Donna Besel’s essay, “The Bay Filly,” which tells the story of a trip to pick up her new horse when she was twelve, won first place in Prairie Fire Magazine’s Annual Creative Nonfiction Contest. The essay will be published in the summer edition of the magazine. Recently Lesley Buxton, CNCF’s membership coordinator, interviewed Donna about her impressive win.
Our third entry in our series of guest blog posts from CNFC members about their experiences with Covid-19 and living in quarantine.