I moved to Rhode Island in the early seventies and had pieces published in each of the three Providence literary journals. “Anyart” wanted me to follow up their publication with my thoughts about writing. By this time, I was rather full of myself—the piece about my writing the icing on the cake. I just spoutedContinue reading “The Ego of a Beginning Writer: How Not to Interview Yourself”
A year ago, I bet you thought zoom meant something traveling or moving very quickly; but that has all changed. Today we zoom meetings, classes, dinners, weddings, and even memorial services. Over the past seven months, we have been dragged into the world of video conferencing. Some of us have jumped in joyfully; others haveContinue reading “Do You Zoom?”
Readers often wonder where the idea for a book originates. For me, the inspiration for Princess to Prioress began decades ago on the campus of a small Midwestern college. The December of my sophomore year, there was a campus-wide computer dating event. Questionnaires were filled out, matches made, and events were held all over campusContinue reading “How Did You Come Up With That Idea?”
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