Poet, Artist, Editor, Proofreader, Librarian, Researcher
Wanda Lea Brayton is a former college librarian and construction news reporter. She has written poetry since 1973. Her poems have been accepted by Hudson View Poetry Digest, The Pedestal Magazine, Oak Bend Review, Aquill Relle, Main Street Rag and Clackamas Literary Review. She was the featured poet in March 2011 on the World Poetry site and her work has been read on the World Poetry Cafe Radio station in Vancouver, placed on display at various WP exhibitions (a poem was included on the dvd for the Pablo Neruda celebration) and two other poems were then further exhibited at the John Lennon Peace Tower in Iceland. She has also been a featured poet on the Aquill Relle website and has 18 poems featured in the anthology On Viewless Wings vol. 5.
The Echo of What Remains Collected Poems of Wanda Lea Brayton (484 pages)
(Includes reviews by others and preview poems) - available in print or pdf formats
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