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Bewildering Stories

Laura Grace Weldon

Bewildering Stories biography

Laura Grace Weldon is a writer, editor, and occasionally useful farm wench. She lives with her family on Bit of Earth Farm where they raise cows, chickens, bees, turkeys, and the occasional ruckus.

Her essays have recently appeared in L’Initianion, Geez, New Awareness, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Natural Life, Farming, Grit. Bewildering Stories, and The Mother.

Recent poems have been published in The Christian Science Monitor, Chrysalis Reader, Trillium Journal, The Shine Journal, Atlanta Review, Halfway Down the Stairs, Mannequin Envy, and Dirty Napkin.

She also contributes regularly to the online publications and And she twirls ideas around in what she hopes is an optimistic manner on her blog.

Her background includes writing poetry with nursing home residents, making and selling sock monsters, facilitating support groups, teaching conflict resolution, bagging manure, developing community enrichment workshops, editing books and periodicals, marketing farm products, and storytelling in schools.

Laura’s recent books are Free Range Learning and Tending. Find out more at

Copyright © 2008, 2011 by Laura Grace Weldon

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Poetry Prose
What It’s Like
Cemetery Rose
Hurrying Sustenance
Fresh Each Day
Piper, Pipe That Song Again (memoir)

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