From: Richie Swanson
This is what Hunter Liguore, Editor-in-Chief of American Athenaeum says about a story that springs from the Mississippi. “Richie Swanson’s short story, `River Sun Warblers,’ evokes a timelessness found within the natural world. One feels they are both witnessing the primordial beginnings of Nature — or life itself — while also glimpsing the often unseen natural world we’re surrounded by every day. His work is reminiscent of writers like Kenneth Grahme (Wind and the Willows) or Rudyard Kipling (The Jungle Book). It is both intensely creative and refreshing. Wholly original and completely representative of the type of work we want to publish in American Athenaeum. If I had a wish-list this was at the top of it.” Readers who want to experience the story, can find out how to access it at www.RichieSwanson.com or www.swordsandsagapress.com, the American Athenaeum, Front Porch Edition.