About Stephen Page

Stephen Page

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Stephen Page is the author of The Timbre of Sand, Still Dandelions, and A Ranch Bordering the Salty River.  He holds degrees from Palomar College, Columbia University, and Bennington College. He also attended Broward College. 

He is the recipient of The Jess Cloud Memorial Prize, a Writer-in-Residence from the Montana Artists Refuge, a Full Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, an Imagination Grant from Cleveland State University, and an Arvon Foundation Ltd. Grant. He loves to write, teach, ranch, walk in the woods, ramble, ride his Harley, go on a road trip, fish, and spend time with his family. He love his wife over all things.

Follow Stephen Page here on this blog: smpages.wordpress.com

Stephen Page founded the Glot of Poetry Reading Series, the Power of Poetry Reading Series, the Group Pen Writing Group, and Group Pen Book Reviews.

Stephen Page is part Shawnee and part Apache.

Find news and links to his writings in the links section on this site.

  • note that all of Stephen Page’s fiction, poetry, and analogies in his essays/book reviews are fictional. All coincidences to real people, places, or events are purely fictional.

41 thoughts on “About Stephen Page

  1. Stephen, what wonderful accomplishments you have achieved. Thank you for stopping by the Cow Pasture. I’m glad you liked it well enough to jump the fence,welcome. I look forward to hearing more from you in the future.

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      1. No. The link you sent works. It’s your icon. When you “like” a post of mine, your icon shows up with your name. But when I click on the icon it says “bad gateway.” Just trying to help. Maybe in your profile info. It may not be set up right. ✌️

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