Martha Andrews Donovan
Martha Andrews Donovan, author of Dress Her in Silk (Finishing Line Press), is a member of the New Hampshire Writers’ Project, the New Hampshire Humanities Council “Humanities to Go” speakers bureau, and a regional group of AROHO women writers she first met at Ghost Ranch in 2011. Her writing has appeared recently in Hayden’s Ferry Review, The Poets’ Touchstone (which awarded her First Place in their national contest), and Shadow and Light: A Literary Anthology on Memory. An exhibit of her mixed-genre project Dangerous Archaeology: A Daughter’s Search for Her Mother (and Others) – a memoir in fragments, in collaboration with photographer Autumn E. Monsees, appeared at the New England College Art Gallery in February 2012. Her reflections on this project, and the role of photographs, artifacts, and ephemera, can be read here. Mind Stretch Contributor.