Author Margaret Sullivan’s Remarkable Journey in Indonesia and the Philippines Fragments from a Mobile Life WASHINGTON, D.C.- Reflecting on life after six diplomatic assignments spanning three decades, author Margaret Sullivan shared the unique perspective of an American Foreign Service family, beginning at a time when the United States was expanding diplomatic relationships with emerging democracies. The October 23 book discussion of Sullivan’s book “Fragments from a Mobile
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FRAGMENTS FROM A MOBILE LIFE Margaret Sullivan, Red Mountain Press, 2018, $25.95/paperback, 342 pages. Foreign Service spouse Margaret Sullivan, a columnist for the Huffington Post whose work has appeared several times in The Foreign Service Journal, has assembled a rich collection of more than six dozen essays about life in 10 countries, in 29 homes, with four kids and more than 60 years of
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In Indie Review: Among the 30 best books of 2019, #22. Instructions for Temporary Survival by Monica Prince. Publisher: Red Mountain Press Genre: African & African American Studies & Women Studies https://independentbookreview.com/…/11/2019-indie-press-bo…/ “Winner of the Red Mountain Discovery Award. Monica Prince’s INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEMPORARY SURVIVAL suggests a path that moves one from suffering to healing. The poems tackle historical trauma, racism, rape, and depression–all
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The 2019 Red Mountain Poetry Prize awarded to Arne Weingart for UNPRACTICAL THINKING. Publication March 2020. The poem that won me over is the poem addressed to Mark Strand (the poet unwriting), clever, sly, but loving, nonetheless. And the voice that won me over was the Jewish ironic voice of someone not willing to play it too straight or too crooked—but always with a