Louise Mathewson

Louise Mathewson holds a master’s degree in
pastoral studies from Loyola University in Chicago.
Her work has appeared in numerous publications,
including Wordgathering: Journal of Disability Poetry,
Mochila Review, Boulder County Kid and Sasee magazines,
and the anthologies Cup of Comfort—Vol. I (Adams Media)
and Borderlines ’08 (University of Portsmouth, United
Kingdom). Most recently her work appears in Mentor’s
Bouquet, an anthology edited by Linda Leedy Schneider
(Finishing Line Press, Fall 2009).

Louise has always loved to write about the sacred moments
in everyday experiences, but today these experiences hold
even deeper meaning. In February 2003 she emerged from
a two-week coma following an auto accident in which
she suffered a traumatic brain injury. Though she struggled
at fi rst, she resumed writing as soon as she was able. Today
Louise lives with her husband in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, where she continues to write and recover.

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