L. Lee Shaw is the owner of the indie publishing house, Boho Books. Through Boho, she has published two novels, Blood Will Tell… and Monster Child. She has also facilitated the publication of nine other novels, two nonfiction books, a poetry chapbook, short stories and a prior anthology, Mo’Allie. Shaw has also taught fiction writing, formed a long-running writer’s group, and hosted a regional writer’s conference for several years.
Within this cover lies many worlds dreamt and brought to the page by writers rooted in the soil of Oregon. It’s a rich blend of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in all the hues the human heart can evoke. Sit back and savor the bounty that is Analekta.
Published: December 17, 2014.
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This anthology represents selections of written works that showcase the talented wordsmiths of Oregon. Its purpose is to discover and nurture writers, giving attention to those who choose to work within the techniques and conventions of both genre writing and poetry.
Alyson Maguire lives in terror of the monster hidden within that has claimed everyone who loved her; condemning her to an isolated hell.
Rescue comes when she is placed in the safekeeping of Spirit Wind Ranch, a facility for psychically enabled youth. But in sheltering Alyson, the ranch finds it is now haunted by the darkness trailing her.
Analekta simply means “selected things”. This anthology presents selections of written works that showcase the talented wordsmiths of Oregon’s Clackamas, Marion, Multnomah, and Washington counties. Discover those who chose to work within the techniques and conventions of both genre writing and poetry, and to serve as a portal to the countless worlds that words afford.