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cover: watercolor painting of sparrow wearing red vest, shaking off droplets of water.

Smash!Crash! Chirp! Splash!
Who is making all that noise? Can it be a lonely little bird?

Stanley the sparrow wants to be famous and have friends, but doesn’t know how. A wise gray owl eventually gives Stanley the advice he needs.


Family Stories from the Attic features nearly two dozen works of prose and poetry inspired by letters, diaries, photographs, and other family papers and artifacts.

Editors Christi Craig and Lisa Rivero bring together both experienced and new writers who share their stories in ways that reflect universal themes of migration, time, history, family, love, and change.


Carol Wobig writes with unfailing sensitivity and empathy and in language that rings clear and true.

In these seventeen stories and monologues, Wobig introduces us to grieving widows and questioning nuns, daughters intent on saving their mothers and mothers unsure how to save their children, each of whom faces the question we all must ultimately ask: how to save ourselves. Her characters and their experiences will live in the minds and hearts of readers long after the last page is turned.


In her bold debut collection of poems, Yvonne Stephens writes about nature, loss, change, hope, motherhood, and family with honesty, courage, sensitivity, and moments of keen existential humor. 

Stephens’ poetry offers a welcome respite from and insight into what it means to live well and with authenticity in the 21st century.

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