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Maureen Foley

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Maureen Foley is an artist, writer and teacher who grew up in Carpinteria, California. Foley received a Masters of Fine Art in Prose from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University.

Her stories and poems have appeared in the New York Times, Wired, Skanky Possum, Santa Barbara Magazine, Santa Barbara Independent and elsewhere. Her newest novella, Women Float, will be published in Summer 2013 through the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography and in 2002, Dead Metaphor Press published her collection of poems, Epileptic, as winner of the Chapbook Award.

She now lives on an avocado ranch in Southern California with her husband, their daughter and their dog.

Mud & Fire community project

Picture I'm thrilled to announce that I've won a grant from the American Art Therapy Association for the Mud & Fire Community Project, a one-day art workshop that is scheduled to take place in Carpinteria on June 23, 2018. Here's the flier I just designed for the project.

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Women Float

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Women Float by Maureen Foley
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“We all create a wake when we leave a place. Not something we can always predict but an invisible trail.”
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