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Marydale Stewart


Marydale Stewart is a retired English teacher and librarian. She has a chapbook, Inheritance (Puddin’head Press, Chicago, 2008); two poetry collections, Let the Thunder In (Boxing Day Books, Princeton, IL, 2014) and Risk (Kelsay Books, Hemet, CA, 2017); and two novels, The Wanderers and its sequel. Leaves of the Linden Tree, both from Black Rose Writing, Castroville, TX, 2017 and 2018. She has poems in many literary magazines.

Books by Marydale Stewart

The Wanderers - Book cover
The shadow of the Cold War, the healing power of horses, an iconic rescued dog, and a sixth-century poet’s cry of grief are guideposts in this story of love and homecoming. With a brand-new doctorate, Kurt Schafer is about to begin his academic career. But first, he travels to Linden Grove, a small town in northern Illinois, to meet for the first time his Aunt Eva, a childhood victim of the Cold War.
Fiction > Women's Fiction