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Introducing Poetry Editor Tiffany Midge!

The team at Four Winds is delighted to have Tiffany Midge, talented and sought-after poet and author, on board as our Poetry Editor! Tiffany Midge is the recipient of the Kenyon Review Earthworks Prize for Indigenous Poetry for “The Woman Who Married a Bear” (forthcoming) and the Diane Decorah Memorial Poetry Award for “Outlaws, Renegades and Saints; Diary of a Mixed-up Halfbreed” (Greenfield Review Press). 87 more words

Heartcleft road – Gna’s Story part 4

Fallow deer in field” by Johann-Nikolaus Andreae –  Wikimedia Commons.

Part 4 : Dreams of Yggdrasil –

Cold. I was so cold, and a mere quilted coat with breeches were insufficient. 2,182 more words

Deities & Wights

Where the Berries Once Grew

Meet me where the four winds greet and the berries once grew

North on Mountain Road, you will see Old Ones by a bubbling hot spring… 114 more words

Ancient Knowledge


I’ve been thinking about my summer camp experiences a lot lately. Maybe it’s because I was recently near Anacortes and got to enjoy a Washington State Ferry again. 860 more words


A Closer Look at PCC

Attending the 2014 art camp at Pensacola Christian College was a wonderful experience. In this blog post, I’ll cover some other highlights of art camp at PCC. 2,501 more words


Get ready for the Big One...

Obviously, there was no letter last week while a friend and I toiled in the Bridger Wilderness.

Next week the kids – and later on, you – will see something I’ve never attempted before in nearly 14 years of weekly letters: a shift from a single page to a multi-page journal/letter that will recount the day-by-day trip into Wyoming’s back country. 851 more words

Writing To Adult Children