CLOVER AT VILLAGE BOOKS

  What: Clover, A Literary Rag celebrates Volume 14 When: Sunday, February 11 at 4 PM Where: Village Books in Fairhaven Who:  Fourteen of our fabulous contributors will take you on a Clover adventure of literary wonderment; poetry and stories.   Why: Join us on Sunday, February 11 at 4 PM and  see why!       Read More

Some Clover Stats

  We began Clover, A Literary Rag in the Summer of 2010. Norman Green, my friend and partner in Clover, and I decided to publish twice a year.  We started with our base of contributors from the Independent Writers’ Studio — 17 contributors counting Norman and me.  Thirteen editions later we have published a total Read More

In the Year 2018 — Grassroots

We are please to announce that Clover, A Literary Rag vol 14 is now at Village Books.  The Resistance is a notable theme throughout our current edition.  Village Books on the Green in Fairhaven is a wonderful place to exercise the dog, revitalize the mind, buy a card along with a book, and perch upstairs Read More

Program Please

Sunday, Clover, A Literary Rag has a wonderful show at Village Books.  Garrett Sanford is coming from Reno to read with us. We celebrate Laurel Leigh — she is following a new direction and will be leaving Bellingham at the end of the month. If you have not heard her read, you better take advantage of Read More

You are Invited

At 4 PM  on Sunday, September 27th at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington, Clover, A Literary Rag features poetry and stories found in our latest edition. In alphabetical order, we will present: James Bertolino, Nancy Canyon, Christine Clarke, Larry Crist, Denise duMaurier, Susan Chase Foster, Paul Hunter, Laurel Leigh, Michael Dylan Welch, Richard Widerkehr, and J. Read More

Jim Milstead at Village Books

What a privilege it is for me to invite you to Jim Milstead’s reading from Collage at Bellingham’s Village Books at 4 PM on Sunday, April 19! Born in 1927, Jim’s love affair with life began as a child roaming the Mohave Desert. His father encouraged him into the sciences, and Jim achieved his doctoral degree Read More