Willow’s Wordcraft Links

Books

Croft, Willow. “A Shipful of Monsters,” in America’s Emerging Horror Writers: West Region, ed. Z Publishing House (Z Publishing House, 2019), 73.

Croft, Willow. “Salted Earth,” in Neon Druid: An Anthology of Urban Celtic Fantasy, ed. I.E. Kneverday (San Jose: Mt. Misery Press, 2018), 123.

Croft, Willow. “School Daze,” in New Mexico’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology, ed. Z Publishing House (Z Publishing House, 2018), 65.

Croft, Willow.  Quantum Singularity: A Poetic Voyage Through Time and Space. North Charleston: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017.

Journals

Willow Croft, “The Gestation Period of Pigs,” Speculative 66, Issue Twenty (https://speculative66.weebly.com/current-issue.html).

Willow Croft, “Quietly Goes the Mix Tape,” Mad Scientist Journal, Spring 2019.

Willow Croft, “The Silence of the Storm,” Rock N’ Roll Horror Zine, 2018.

Kirsten Barger, “Evolution,” Vision and Voice: Evolving Identities (Western Carolina University Women’s Center Journal) 2009: 21.

Kirsten Barger, review of Monstrous Fishes and the Mead-Dark Sea: Whaling in the Medieval North Atlantic by Vicki Ellen Szabo, Tuckasegee Valley Historical Review, Vol . XV (Spring 2009): 109-110.

Kirsten Barger, “Serpent,” Poem Included in “She-ros: Women’s Words, Women’s Voices” performance script by Jenny Aldrich, et al. Performed live for Women’s History Month, Sarasota, Florida 2003.

Kirsten Barger, “Slate,” Frisson Magazine.

 Magazines and Newspapers

Kirsten Barger, “Pueblo de Abiquiú Library Celebrates Holiday with History,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Chimayó Artist Lives Seasonal Wishes Daily,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Christmas Traditions, History Drive Chimayó Man to Preserve Them,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Smithsonian’s ‘Coming Home’ Project Connects 100-Year-Old Pots to Family,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Pojoaque High’s Tea Complemented With Two Classic Performances,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Valley Schools Ramp up Christmas Productions, Art Shows,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Tewa Women United Uses Slow Winter to Rejuvenate,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “A Pure and Simple Christmas with the Caban Family,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2017.

Kirsten Barger, “Bizcochitos and Memories: Sandra Gonzales and Her Family,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “Espanola’s Animal Population Needs Your Help,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “1932 Ice Skating Figure Reminds Family of Ernie,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “The Wee Village: The Christmas Joke That Ran Amok,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “La Puebla Church’s Old and New Feast Day,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “Local Poet Joan Logghe on Hanukkah in the Desert,” Winter Edition, Rio Grande Sun, 2016.

Kirsten Barger, “Human Chess Matches,” Renaissance Magazine, April/May 2015, 50.

Kirsten Barger, review of Monica Richard’s album “Kindred,” Renaissance Magazine, June/July 2014, 72.

Kirsten Barger, “Part of the Family: Stewie the Cat,” Advocacy & Rescue section, Cat Fancy Magazine, January 2014, 39.

Kirsten Barger, “Early Days with the Sarasota Medieval Fair,” Renaissance Magazine, August/September 2012, 41.

Kirsten Barger, review of Dead Can Dance’s album “Anastatis,” February/March 2012, 72.

Kirsten Barger, “An Interview with Prentice Phillips: Japan in the 21st Century—The Western Impact on Traditional Japanese Society,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, April 2001, 2.

Kirsten Barger, “Jenny Ettelson and the Trip to Cuba over Winter Break [interview],” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, February 2001, 2.

Kirsten Barger, “Summer Study in Beijing: Interview with Program Director Hong Yue Guo,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, February 2001, 3.

Kirsten Barger, “Manuel O’Neill introduces ‘Goddard on the Road’ and Offers Upcoming Travel Trips to Puerto Rico,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, February2001, 4.

Kirsten Barger, “Interview with Marina Valdez: Ceramic Artist from Mexico,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, October 2000, 2.

Kirsten Barger, “An Exploration of Punk Rock Subculture,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, October 2000, 3.

Kirsten Barger, “Spotlight on Goddard Music: Elizabeth Simmons, Solo Music Artist, Member of North County Fair Band,” Connections: Goddard College Multicultural Center’s Newsletter, April 2000, 2.

Kirsten Barger, “Slate,” Frisson: Disconcerting Verse, Spring 2001, 4.