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David Memmott

David Memmott has published five books of poetry, two novels and a story collection. His newest collection, Small Matters Mean the World, is forthcoming in 2022 from Redbat Books Pacific Northwest Writers Series and his Vietnam-era fantasy, Canned Tuna was published by Redbat in 2017) His long poem, “Where the Yellow Brick Road Turns West,” which appears in Lost Transmissions was a finalist for the 2010 Spur Award from Western Writers of America and the collection was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award in Poetry. The Larger Earth: Descending Notes of a Grounded Astronaut was selected as one of 150 best poetry books for 150 years of Oregon statehood by Poetry Northwest and Oregon State Library. He is a Fishtrap Fellow, a Playa resident and recipient of three Fellowships for Publishing from Literary Arts, Inc., for his work as editor and publisher of Wordcraft of Oregon, LLC. He recently completed a new novel, Master Merlin, and is looking for a publisher. He is the founder of Phantom Drift: A Journal of New Fabulism. He lives in La Grande, Oregon, with his wife, Sue, and two yellow labs. More info can be found on his author website: Photo by Sue Memmott.

David Memmott


Lost Transmissions

David Memmott: Lost Transmissions

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