By Laena Wilder (San Francisco) and Judy Brackett (Washington, D.C.) “I am marching to do my part in addressing the wounds of my country. As I have been thinking about the values we hold most dear in this nation, it is becoming increasingly clear there are people who have been left behind and not included […]
Judy Brackett Crowe was born in Nebraska, moved to California as a child, and has lived in a small town in California’s northern Sierra Nevada foothills for many years. She is a member of the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley and has taught creative writing and English literature and composition at Sierra College.
Her stories and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Maine Review, Catamaran, burntdistrict, Commonweal, The Midwest Quarterly, Canary, West Marin Review, Miramar, Subtropics, Spillway, The Untidy Season: An Anthology of Nebraska Women Poets (Backwaters Press), and elsewhere.
The photos in Four Million Marchers and 600 Cities are by Laena Wilder, Katherine Entrekin, Judy Brackett, and Ross Asseltine