Westward | A Poem

Westward | A Poem

Westward by L.M. Browning There will come a day when I succumb to the roaming, rambling, road. When you wake to find me gone do not seek me, do not come for me. Remember me with dust on my boots and know that I am...
Grief Out Loud | Podcast Interview

Grief Out Loud | Podcast Interview

I recently had the chance to sit down with Jana DeCristofaro from the Grief Out Loud podcast to discuss the nature of grief and loss of a child as reflected in my forthcoming personal essay/book, To Lose the Madness: Field Notes on Trauma, Loss and Radical...
Standing Rock | The Wayfarer Magazine

Standing Rock | The Wayfarer Magazine

The Water Protectors of Standing Rock A Mosaic of Voices from the Movement by L.M. Browning  •  Photography by Elizabeth Hoover Featured in the Spring 2017 Issue | Print Edition » | Visit The Wayfarer Store Our definition of a “wayfarer” is a...
Boston Herald Interview

Boston Herald Interview

Thank you to Boston Herald Radio and to Andrew Jacob Schneider the show’s Producer. It was such a great interview. Afterward, Andrew was kind enough to give me a tour of the newsroom floor and the archives (where I completely geeked out). Andrew, I have job...
September Along the Quinnipiac River | A Poem

September Along the Quinnipiac River | A Poem

© 2015 by L.M. Browning  The honey resin varnish painted across the pine floorboards glowed in the dawn light. Walking through the still-night hush passing from the warmly dim bedroom toward the crisp air flooding the kitchen. Framed in the open door, I...