“Pennies for Pilgrims” by Julie Allyn Johnson


Julie Allyn Johnson, a sawyer’s daughter from the American Midwest, began writing poetry after her retirement from IT work in 2017. She loves hiking, gravel-travel photography, riding bikes, altered books and collage, reading and writing poetry and exploring trails in the Rocky Mountains. Her work has been (or soon will be) published in Lyrical Iowa, Typishly, The Esthetic Apostle, Chestnut Review, SPLASH!, The Loch Raven Review, Better Than Starbucks, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Into the Void, Poetry and Covid, Phantom Kangaroo, Haikuniverse, The Disappointed Housewife, Coffin Bell, Anti-Heroin Chic, Kitchen Sink Magazine, Space and Time Magazine and The Briar Cliff Review.

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