Our Adventurous Readers
[P]ast art contributor Steven David Johnson
just sent us an email and said: "...I brought the latest Ruminate with me to the river while I was waiting around in my bird blind for the sun to rise..." I had to first figure out what a bird blind
is, and then I decided we should award him with the "most unusual place Ruminate's ever been read" award. This is the photo from his morning of reading (the brown material is part of the bird blind). So, can anyone else top this odd reading location? Big fancy award...going once, going twice...
In addition to having work previously in Ruminate, Aaron Brown has been published in Transition, Tupelo Quarterly, Portland Review, and Cimarron Review, among others. He is the author of Winnower (Wipf & Stock, 2013) and is a Pushcart Prize nominee. An MFA graduate from the University of Maryland, Aaron lives with his wife Melinda in Sterling, Kansas, where he is an assistant professor of writing and editing at Sterling College.
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