About the Contributor
Ruth Towne is an emerging author from Southern Maine. Recently, The Magnolia Review featured her nonfiction piece “Nine Months of Conflict Taught Me How To Say ‘No’” and Foliate Oak published three of her poems, “Perkins Cove Port, Ogunquit,” “The Red Paint Grave,” and “Nor’easter.” She spends her spare time helping high school and college students improve their writing, and she also enjoys hiking and running in New England with Gunner, her German Shepherd.
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Towne, Ruth E.
"Remiges and Retrices,"
Cedarville Review: Vol. 16, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.cedarville.edu/cedarvillereview/vol16/iss1/18
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