"Heather, thanks so much for posting your story. My memoir, LIFE INSIDE, had the honor to be shelved next to C.S. Lewis...in the fiction section of Borders, which sadly, had no memoir section at the time. These days, I believe they have a biography /…"
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
LIFE INSIDE: A Memoir (Washington Square Press 2003) author
DIRT: The Quirks, Habits, and Passions of Keeping House (Seal Press 2009) editor & contributor
Anthologies: Women's Encounters with the Mental Health Establishment (Elayne Clift, ed), Voices from the Couch (Robie Darche Wiesner, ed.)
Media outlets that I currently write for:
I have published articles and personal essays in Newsweek, Lilith, Body & Soul, Poets & Writers, Arts & Letters Journal, Many Mountains Moving, Psychoanalytic Perspectives, ducts.org, huffingtonpost.com.
My writing is:
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
NY Times Book Review
Services I offer to other writers:
Workshops in memoir and nonfiction writing, book proposal workshops, manuscript consultation
My professional associations:
The Author's Guild
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Marjorie: If you’re interested in ones that deal with beauty and body issues, I can suggest two brand new ones: Cosmetic Surgery: A Feminist Primer, edited by Cressida Heyes and Meredith Jones, Ashgate Publishing, England, and Critical Feminist Approaches to Eating Dis/Orders, edited by Helen Malson and maree Burns, Routledge.
I edit Emrys Journal annually. It's an anthology of literary fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction. More info at www.emrys.org if you need details. The 2009 edition came out in May. Good luck with your work!
My book is on sale from today May 25 - 31. To learn more about the book visit my blog and follow the link to Smashwords. Available in all electronic formats. Today I did something different as well. I have a character Interview with the villain of…See More
Naturewriting.com is an online magazine only, but one that allows you to read essays and poetry about its general topic. I always enjoy reading about what others are perceiving and what aspects of nature writing interest them.…"