Debra Marquart Awarded David B. Saunders Award for Nonfiction
"Olive groves are not planted by short-sighted people. Depending upon the species, olive trees take from seven to seventeen years to bear first fruit. Some olive trees bear fruit for hundreds of years. The investment is in a future one is not likely to live to enjoy." --Debra Marquart, "Ephemera"
Debra Marquart has received the David B. Saunders Award for Nonfiction from Cream City Review for her essay, "Ephemera." The essay will be published in in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Cream City Review.
Marquart, Debra. “Ephemera.” Cream
City Review. 36.1 Spring/Summer 2012: 207-218.