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Field Guide Contents & Contributors
Mary E. Lowd
Contribution: Kitty Willow, Salix ambulara
/home/.jennifur/twocranes/twocranespress.com/botany/authorpics/lowdmarye.jpgBorn in Oregon and schooled in California, Mary now makes her home in Seattle, Washington. She lives with her husband Daniel and daughter Elaine. Together, they are building an empire of short, furry people (two feline and one canine, thus far) and potted plants (mostly jade trees). With the rest of her time, Mary writes. Her work has appeared in Northwest Passages: A Cascadian Anthology, Ennea (a.k.a. "9"), The Nautilus Engine, and Clonepod.
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