The West Marin Review is a nationally award-winning literary and arts journal founded in the rural town of Point Reyes Station, California. This fine literary journal is defined by the diversity of its contributors who come from around the world, and range in age from five to ninety-five. Some are many-times-published professional writers and artists, and an equal number are seeing their work in print for the first thrilling time. The publication is a grassroots collaborative effort by a dedicated team of volunteer editors and designers (Neighbors & Friends), with Point Reyes Books and Black Mountain Circle. Each volume is printed with the support of artists, writers, poets, and readers who share a passion for literature and learning.
About the Author
A New England transplant, Kay Bradner paints and plays with grandchildren on a hill above the ocean in San Francisco. Rich Clarke was first enthralled with Kehoe Beach in the 1960s. It became the "Clarke family church" from then on. His photo speaks to that place's forever-comforting beach grass welcome. Molly Giles is the author of four prize-winning story collections and a novel. She still misses the office she once had over the Old Western Saloon in Point Reyes Station, but makes do writing from her home in Woodacre, California.