Nora Maynard went to Eureka Springs to write, but found herself pulling out her
camera instead, and remembering that her religious upbringing had nothing to do with church, Christ or absolution. It was all about ashrams, magnets and bowls of brown rice. The healing waters of Eureka Springs brought it all back. Thanks to Mountain Sprout for the tunes.
Nora Maynard is a Canadian-American fiction/nonfiction writer based in NYC. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Drunken Boat, The Millions, Hippocampus Magazine, Leite’s Culinaria, Food Republic, and Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn, among other publications. Nora has been awarded fellowships from the Ucross Foundation, Blue Mountain Center, the Millay Colony for the Arts, the Ragdale Foundation, The Artists’ Enclave at I-Park, and is a winner of the Bronx Writers’ Center/Bronx Council of the Arts Chapter One Competition. She is at work on a novel. Visit her website at http://www.noramaynard.com.