#13 Spring•Summer 2017

To have an issue shipped to you (within the continental US) just visit our library’s donation page, make a suggested donation of $5 to $10, and mention in the notes that you are requesting a copy of this issue of Word Fountain.


Contributors to issue #13:

Philip Athans
Micah James Bauman
Joe Baumann
Sarah Bigham
Marjon van Bruggen
David Chin
Jan Chronister
Libby Copa
Raymond Cummings
Erin L. Delaney
Stacy W. Dixon
Brian Fanelli
Jonathan Greenhause
Alan Harris
Harold Jenkins
Jeremy Nathan Marks
Carolyn Martin
Jonathan Owen May
Brian Dean Powers
Marilyn Pocius Shelton
Craig W. Steele


When you get your copy, ask for the recent winter issue while they last.

You can also send a check and request issues of Word Fountain, by mailing to:
Osterhout Free Library
71 South Franklin Street
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701

In NEPA you can pick up the new issue in person for free at one of the Osterhout Free Library‘s branches or one of the following libraries:

Pittston Memorial Library
West Pittston Library
Marian Sutherland Kirby Library
Hazleton Area Public Library
The Hoyt Library in Kingston
E. S. Farley Library at Wilkes University
D. Leonard Corgan Library at King’s College.

Coming soon to Ebscohost public and university library databases.

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  1. That will work too. We’ll add that to the info. Just include a note with the check that you are requesting a copy or copies of the latest issue of Word Fountain, and mail the check to
    Osterhout Free Library
    71 South Franklin Street
    Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701

    You did get your free contributor copies, right, Brian?

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