Love Lingers Still
Grief is a feeling we all experience at some point in our lives. Whether it's the loss of a loved one, the loss of a pet, or even just the end of a friendship, there are times when grief can feel like the only thing you can see, hear, smell and touch.
This anthology is meant to help you navigate those feelings—and maybe even find comfort in them. From our authors' perspectives both real and imagined, we hope this collection will help you cope as you face your own losses in life.
Love Lingers Still Featured Authors
Retired paraprofessional, accountant, and caregiver, I currently live with my husband and his service dog. My favorite thing is spending time with and caring for family.
Marymartha Bell is a dangerous person to love, having outlived two husbands before she met Bobby Bell. A semi-vegetarian, she married a cattleman. Both she and Bobby did a little bit of a lot of things. She loves education, has a BA degree, worked as a technical writer in defense and aerospace, a biographer and editor, taught preschool, was a behavior therapist with autistic children, elementary and high school students. The only thing she did for long was mothering and boasts four adult sons who are self-reliant, loving individuals. She currently lives in the east with her goofy dog.
Quantre Moore is a college freshman born and raised in Kansas City, KS by a single mother alongside six siblings.
Sara Fowles grew up in New Hampshire, where the ever-changing seasons taught her to appreciate rather than fear the signposts of change. She loves corgis, coffee, and her husband, in no particular order. Her previous work has been published by Crooked Cat and Great Old Ones Publishing. You can visit her on Instagram @sarafowlesfiction and find her dog-related adventures on TikTok @dogpuppyandme.
T Antoff is a historian, writer, and artist whose home will always be in Scotland. Never without a pen and notebook, writing has been a constant companion their entire life. They currently live in northern New Hampshire with their partner, two dear friends and housemates, three black cats, and a loving rescue pug.
Marinda K Dennis
Julia Gordon-Bramer is a poet, occasional professor, Sylvia Plath scholar, and professional tarot card reader. She is the author of Fixed Stars Govern a Life: Decoding Sylvia Plath (Stephen F. Austin State U Press, 2014) and the Decoding Sylvia Plath series (Magi Press, 2017). In 2023, her books Tarot Life Lessons (Destiny Books) and The Magician's Girl: The History and Mysticism of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes (Inner Traditions) will be released. She lives in St. Louis with her husband, Tom Bramer.