Monthly Archives: April 2010

Guest Post: Tweets and Stumbles in Mother Nature

Today I’m pleased to have a guest post from The Motherhood Muse. The mission of this digital literary magazine is to encourage mother writers to rediscover and reconnect with nature through their bodies, minds, and souls. After a recent trip … Continue reading

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Writer Q&A: Kris Bordessa

Recently I wrote a guest post for Jesaka Long at AKA Writer about balancing motherhood, full-time work and the writing life. In response to that post, I received a nice comment from a freelance writer, Kris Bordessa. After some research … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Experience

This week Christina Katz’ newsletter, The Prosperous Writer, resonated with me. Again. Each week I find myself eagerly awaiting the arrival of this free, weekly newsletter in my e-mail inbox. (To subscribe, check out the top right corner of the … Continue reading

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Five words (or six) of advice for writers

Just saw this advice to writers from Gayle Forman. It was her response to a question from a writer-reader at the reading she did in Portland last night. The writer-reader asked, “Five words of advice for writers?” “The muse visits … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Writing Fears

The last workshop in the series Bob Mayer taught at the Bellevue Library was an introduction to one of his longer workshops, the Warrior Writer. It’s a weekend-long workshop, so he only skimmed the surface in the two-hour session this … Continue reading

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Six Words

If you’re new to this, see my post about Hemingway’s theory on six words. I’m challenging myself again. This week’s entry for a story in six words: Divorce: Twenty years, three kids. Done. Is all this punctuation kind of cheating? … Continue reading

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