Chasing Tomorrow: A Collection of Poetry and Prose

“Time is like a river of passing events, and swift is its current.” This collection of award-winning poetry and prose from the League of Utah Writers takes the reader on journeys through the currents of time, warming in the glow of nostalgia, weathering grief, finding hope for the future, or hoping that the past doesn’t catch up. Featuring fiction, non-fiction, and poetry from Virginia Babcock, Elizabeth Watson Barnes, Robyn Buttars, Denis Feehan, Matthew Funk, Brenda Birch Gallaher, Krystal Gerber, Robin Glassey, Lorin Grace, Amanda Hill, Josie Hulme, Jef Huntsman, Lorraine Jeffery, C.H. Lindsay, Christine McDonough, Chris Todd Miller, John Saporito, Valarie Schenk, Richard Timothy, Marie Tollstrup, Johnny Worthen, and Bryan Young.

Winning pieces from the 2019 Lesage of Utah Writers Writing company.

My piece flash fiction piece Russian Tea for Two, ins part of this collection. . Flash fiction is a complete story in 1000 words or less. My books average about 50,000 words, so this was a fun challenge.

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