Louella's essay, "Parade Rest" appears in Far From Home,
an anthology of father-daughter essays published by Seal Press.
"A compelling new anthology of essays in paperback . . . provides much
inspiration for engaged and
adventurous parenting." ~ Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Louella has two stories in the anthology High Horse Fleur de Lis Press,
"Uncharted Territory" for adults and
"Great Gobs of Goose Grease" for children. High Horse is available from
Louella's story "Dare's Tractor" appears in the anthology
Tartts 2: Incisive Writing from Emerging Writers published by
Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama.
To read Louella's story "Chrysalis," which was a finalist
for the Raymond Carver Award and appeared in
Carve Magazine, click
In the autumn of 2005, Louella's story,
"Leather," appeared in the premier edition of
The Teacher's Voice, published in New York.
While in Darkness There is Light
follows five young expatriates who established a commune
in Australia in the early 1970s. One of them, Charlie Dean, took a trip
through Southeast Asia with an Australian companion and was
captured by the communist Pathet Lao along the Mekong River.
In December 1974, after three months in a rainforest prison camp,
the boys were executed by machine gun fire. Charlie's remains
were discovered in 2004 and returned to his family.
To read chapter 1, click here.
Look for the book in September '08 from Black Lawrence Press.
The poem "Epithalamium" appeared in a 2005
issue of Mobius Magazine. To read the poem,