Marin-based writer Peg Alford Pursell discusses her new collection of stories, Show Her a Flower, a Bird, a Shadow with Stefan Kiesbye.
About Show Her a Flower, a Bird, a Shadow:
A collection of hybrid prose and micro-fictions with praise from Margot Livesey, Antonya Nelson, Joan Silber, Peter Orner and others.
"Reading this book is like walking through a snowfall of petals—and thorns. There is a light airy feeling to Peg Alford Pursell's delicately worded fragments that is seductive, at first, until you realize that each swirl contains small stabs of loss and pain and violence. A really beautiful, unique collection." —Molly Giles, author of In All the Wrong Places and Iron Shoes
About Peg Alford Pursell:
Peg lives in Northern California and directs Why There Are Words, a national neighborhood of literary readings she founded in Sausalito in 2010. She is the director and founder of WTAW Press, an independent publisher of literary books. Peg also founded North Bay Writers Workshops. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers.