Mara Buck is an artist and writer who lives in the Maine woods within a self-built sanctuary. Her novel “Highway to Oblivion” has just been chosen as a Short-Listed Finalist for the Faulkner-Wisdom Award. Her latest published poems have appeared in the anthology “Vwa: Poems for Haiti” and Caper Literary Journal. A video “Autonomic Drawing 9/11” comprised of her artwork and poetry can be seen on the site for the World Trade Center Museum and her art has been featured in solo exhibitions in Mexico and the US and in public and private collections. Her video reading of “To BP corporate headquarters…” can be seen on You Tube.