In which I meditate on unattainable love, being an outsider, and Joni Mitchell’s Blue album while smoking a jay with gay men friends in Adams Morgan, Washington, D.C.
Contributors include Jill McCorkle, Ann Hood, Marianne Gingher, Susan Woodring, Marjorie Hudson, Tamra Wilson, Elizabeth Searle, and many more.
Making Notes: Music of the Carolinas Edited by Ann Wicker
A collection of essays by North Carolina writers and musicians. Includes Hudson’s award-winning essay “Darlin’ Corey,” about the dog who saved her life.
What Doesn’t Kill You… Edited by Murray Dunlap.
A collection of essays and stories about near death experiences. Includes Hudson’s Pushcart Special Mention story “Self Portrait in Camouflage.”
Scorched in the Birthing: Women Respond to War
edited by MariJo Moore
A collection of essays, stories, and poems. Includes Hudson’s essay “Sufi Dancing with Dad,” about the death of a peace activist on the first day of the Iraq war.
Topograph: New Writing from the Carolinas and the landscape beyond
A collection of award-winning stories, essays, and poems from the Novello Press competitions over the past 20 years. Includes Hudson’s story “Home.”