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Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"My Roman Oaks - A Photo-essay on trees and timelessness. "
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Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Not sure if this comment got gobbled up on your page, so copying it below: What a wonderful idea! I was just telling my daughter that lately I've been wishing I was a visual artist rather than a writer--words are so loaded, and lately mine…"
Apr 11
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Trying to make sense of This Mud-Luscious World of Woe and Bliss in my latest blog post."
Apr 11
Deborah J. Brasket commented on the blog post '[REALITY CHECK] - Marketing Plan 101 by Kathleen Kaska'
"Great list, thanks for sharing!"
Apr 9
Deborah J. Brasket liked Zetta Brown's blog post [REALITY CHECK] - Marketing Plan 101 by Kathleen Kaska
Apr 9
Deborah J. Brasket commented on the group 'The Short Story Writer'
"Beautiful, Totsymae!"
Apr 9
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Flashes of insight about life and reality in A Dream Within a Dream blog post."
Apr 7
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Kicking People Out of Addiction Programs - A Travesty Our crazy "health care" system. http://awalkonthewild.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/kicking-people-out/"
Apr 5
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"I've started a new blog called A Walk on the Wild Side  to talk about my personal journey with a loved one struggling with heroin addiction.  You can read the first post at the link above."
Mar 31
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"When art and poetry come together to illustrate  How to melt into that fierce heat of living  It’s such a pleasure to find poetry and art that come together to speak the very thing you need to  hear and say, this very…"
Mar 23
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Rants and Rage and a Bright Rush of Wings is my latest post. "
Mar 21
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"I wrote about Art and the Mystery in the Midst of Things.  The artwork of blogger Terrill Welch is used to explain what I mean.  http://deborahbrasket.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/art-and-the-mystery-in-the-midst-of-things/ "
Mar 11
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
""Thou Art That" is the last post in my series on one of the most enduring themes in literature and life--the fall and redemption of the individual and humanity. Here I write of Milton's treatment in Paradise Lost,…"
Mar 2
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"Pushing Through Fear and Self-Doubt I reblogged this inspirational post by a new blogger that has relevance for us writers, overcoming fear and self-doubt when it comes to writing as well as to other…"
Feb 21
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"A Poet's "Sense of the Sublime - More in my series exploring difference, loss and desire for "something more" beyond language and representation. http://deborahbrasket.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/a-poets-sense-sublime/"
Feb 12
Deborah J. Brasket replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"My post this week is Humor, It's Serious Stuff  Taking a break from my more "serious" posts. "Serious is like running down your old high school hallways naked. Humor is safer. It wears a helmet and shoulder…"
Feb 3

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Who I am:
I'm a writer living on the Central Coast of California. I taught writing courses at local colleges for several years, wrote columns for local newspaper on social-political issues, wrote articles for Latitude 38 when our family was sailing around the world, and currently working on a novel, adventure series for middle-graders, and a short story collection.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
My writing website "Writing from the Underbelly": www.djbrasket.com

My blog "Living on the Edge of the Wild": http://deborahbrasket.wordpress.com
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Short story "Looking for Bobby" featured in online journal at Barebacklit.com in June. Story "Tamara in Her Garden" comming out this fall in The Chocorua Review.
Media outlets that I currently write for:
None at the moment.
My writing is:
Fiction, Poetry, Blog Posts, Lit Crit, Theory
Services I offer to other writers:
Editing or feedback on work-in-progress.
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
Member of San Luis Obispo Nightwriters Organization.
I found out about She Writes from:
Searching web for community of writers

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At 11:17am on November 2, 2013, sara selznick said…

Hi, Deobrah. I might have been going the wrong way about this, but I just messaged everybody on Lit Fiction Writers about a way to go possibly private. Which where on the Central Coast? Or should you keep that private? Was it San Luis Obispo? Did you ever go to the Santa Boo Writers' Conference before it defuncted? Do you know Catherine Ryan Hyde? 

Sara

At 5:09pm on August 31, 2013, Helen W. Mallon said…

Deborah, I tried to subscribe to get emails re: your blog posts, but I'm not sure I was successful.  I have trouble following any other way, haven't got the hang of that...Hopeful that it worked out...

At 5:03pm on August 31, 2013, Helen W. Mallon said…

Deborah, I was very glad to hear from you! Thank  you so much for your kind response.  I do hope you feel encouraged by all that's shared here, and that includes me! I'm glad we're friends as well!

At 2:24pm on August 15, 2013, Chrys Fey said…

It has been a blast getting to know you, Deborah. And I hope we will get to know each other even more! I look forward to reading more of your blog posts! :)

At 12:21pm on August 1, 2013, Kiersi Burkhart said…

Thank you so much Deborah! I'd love to get to know you better as well! I love your blog, it's very personal and extremely well written!

At 1:54pm on March 26, 2013, Thea Constantine said…

Loved those author photos- what on earth is that on Mark Twain's head?

At 8:15pm on February 19, 2013, Kelly Hand said…

Deborah--I mentioned this idea to my daughters, and they were excited!  Thanks for taking a look at my blog and commenting.  We look forward to reading your chapters.  Kelly

At 8:51pm on February 14, 2013, Kelly Hand said…

Hi Deborah--I think my daughters would love to read sample chapters of the MG book. MG lit is so great in part because it targets an age when adults still read with kids, so it has to appeal to both.  I so enjoy the books we've discovered over the years. Maybe if you email me your sample chapters (whenever you're ready) as a PDF, I can get them onto my Kindle--or just print out.  You can email me at khaupair [at] msn [dot] com.  My only concern is that if they love it, they will not be happy to have to wait to read the rest!

At 8:46pm on February 13, 2013, Kelly Hand said…

Deborah--I really enjoyed reading some of your blog posts, and would love to read the middle grade adventure series with my daughters (8 and 11).  Your experiences sailing around the world sound fascinating.  While I'm envious of you living on the Central Coast (I grew up in Los Angeles and was an undergraduate at UC Santa Cruz, so I'm familiar with the gorgeousness of what's in between), but as global warming reclaims shoreline, I do think sailing will be the best way to revel in the intermingling of land and sea.

At 4:19pm on November 11, 2012, Geena Bean said…

Thank you for the warm welcome Deborah.  I'm happy to be here, and I look forward to getting to know you and your writing.  What an amazing journey it must have been to sail around the world!  It's a pleasure to have people such as yourself on this wonderful website.

 
 
 

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