"Hope Slaughter Bryant’s new poetry book, Gatherings , she returns in Section l to her childhood mid-western mountains, the Black Hills, her close family, and 'those moments that call us back and we are there as if we never left.' Section II 'gathers
up' poems about a variety of life experiences and images from many different places, and Section lll sorts through memories shared with her beloved husband and grief at his loss."
"Hope Slaughter Bryant grew up in the Black Hills of South Dakota, earned a BA from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN, then settled in California where she still resides. She has published children’s books and stories, poems in literary journals, and
a poetry book, See You In The Funny Papers."
From Lenona@21:1/5 to All on Thu Dec 31 20:44:12 2020
Her birthday was on the 29th.
Aka Hope Slaughter Bryant.
Deeeeelicious Dragon, 1986
("Benny has an idea that might solve his town's very large, noisy problem but no one will listen.")
A Cozy Place, 1990
("Friends who enjoy creating 'cozy places' discover that places are only cozy when they are shared.")
Windmill Hill, (under Hope Slaughter Bryant), 1992
("Follows the adventures of two mice whose lives are touched by humans who come to live in the old house on Windmill Hill.")
Buckley and Wilberta, 1996
("Buckley the hedgehog and Wilberta the rabbit celebrate their friendship on such occasions as Wilberta's return from visiting her cousins, Wilberta's birthday, and the approach of winter."