When I finished Michelle Winters’ I Am a Truck last fall, I posted a photo of it on my Instagram and called it a “delightful and weird darkly funny novel.” Because it is a delightful and weird darkly funny novel. Have you read it, yet? If not — get it! It’s wonderful. I’ve spent a… [Read More]
This morning I heard the first cardinal of the year. He was singing his heart out in the cedar tree in our yard. (His song sounds a bit like a car alarm, but I love it.) Spring means that it’s almost time to open this year’s Little Bird Story Contest! I’m thrilled (and a bit… [Read More]
A story is a mysterious organism. It has its own sense of itself. And the sense it makes is a very different kind of sense than a political argument or a corporate memo. Books show us who we are and connect us to each other, by giving us stories we can empathize with: stories that… [Read More]
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— Margaret Atwood
You want to feel more connected to your writing, get out of your own way, and find joy in the writing process.
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— Karen Florek
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