"I posted this a few days ago on my blog ALL THINGS LITERARY. ALL THINGS NATURAL. I know tonight's storm is impacting those already hit by Sandy, so this post was especially on my mind.
Weaving Words, Weaving Hearts.Today, I pulled…"
"Marilyn, an incredible title for what promises to be a fabulous read. So good to learn about you! (P.S. My grandmother's maiden name was Masquerier.)
Best, Page Lambert
All Things Literary. All Things Natural.
"I lOVE this piece ... I'm working on a presentation for Women Writing the West, and may well refer to it. I will definitely refer a few of my clients (both men) to it, because they're both struggling with novels based on their own…"
Shh, don’t tell anyone…We’re having a secret writing workshop…And you’re invited. Bring your reclusive characters…Bring your own deep dark desires… we won’t tell anyone…Our lips are sealed. You’ll need a password. Here it is…SECRETSA Day of Building Intrigue and Depth In Your Writing with Page Lambert and Rosie Sultan, author of Helen Keller in LoveHave you ever noticed that characters in fiction, memoirs, and essays all seem to have secrets? Have you sensed that secrets can add mystery, heft,…See More
"Hi Meg. Glad I discovered the group!
My blog is ALL THINGS LITERARY. ALL THINGS NATURAL. A blog for those who desire a more creative relationship with the natural world.
I just posted my July piece about Rosie…"
For blogging readers, writers, collectors, reviewers to discuss blogging. Please no all-caps posts and no book jackets/other imagines on the wall. We're trying to avoid self-promo hell. And seriously, contributing to the conversation will draw more readers to your blog that spamming the wall with links to your posts.Thanks!See More
"Yes, Shannon, that would be great. I write occasional essays/book reviews on my blog "All Things Literary. All Things Natural." http://pagelambert.blogspot.com/ So make sure you send me a note when North of Hope comes…"
Author Page Lambert has presented over a 200 seminars in the U.S. and British Columbia, speaking on diverse topics from writing to rediscovering core passions. For fourteen years, she has been leading custom “Create Yourself Anew” retreats and outdoor adventures, often working in partnership with such organizations as the Women’s Wilderness Institute, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, and the Aspen Writer’s Foundation. In 2006, her River Writing Journeys for Women were hailed by Oprah's O Magazine as “One of six great all-girl getaways of the year.” Her 2011 offerings include a 5-day “Literature & Landscape of the Horse” retreat; a 5-day ”RiverWriting & StoneSinging” trip in Westwater Canyon in Utah; and a 12-day Peruvian adventure “Weaving Words & Women” (Sacred Valley, Patacancha, Cusco, and Macchu Pichu, October).
“Page is a horse whisperer for writers,” said Leigh Haber, editor of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, after a private retreat with Page. A founding member of Women Writing the West, Page is also a Senior Associate with the Children and Nature Network; Creative Consultant for the Clear Creek Land Conservancy, board member for the Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation, founding member of the Northeastern Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, past board member of Colorado Authors League, and member of numerous national writing organizations.
Page writes from the mountains west of Denver. More at www.pagelambert.com, including a link to her blog All Things Natural. All Things Literary. You can link to her on Faceboo, Twitter and LinkedIn there too.
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Recipient of a 2011 and 2008 Colorado Authors’ League Writers Grant, 2009 Orlando Nonfiction Award from AROHO, and two Literary Fellowships from the Wyoming Arts Council, Page is the author of the memoir In Search of Kinship (Fulcrum Publishing), hailed by the Rocky Mountain News as “one of the summer’s hottest reads.”
Also the author of the novel Shifting Stars (Forge/St. Martins, a Mountains and Plains Book Award finalist), her work has appeared in over two dozen anthologies and numerous publications, including The Writer magazine; The Christian Science Monitor; Parabola: Magazine of Myth and Tradition; Deep West; Homeland (winner Colorado Book Award for Best Anthology); Sojourns: Journal of the Peaks, Plateaus, and Canyons Association; Writing Down the River (winner Willa Cather Award); Ranching West of the 100th Meridian; Heart Shots: Women Write about Hunting; The Stories that Shape Us: Contemporary Women Write about the West; Santa Fe Literary Review; The Denver Post; and elsewhere.
Founding member of Women Writing the West; past board member of Colorado Authors League; past program chair of Colorado Authors League; past Conference Chair of Western Writers of America; current member of Wyoming Writers; Colorado Authors League; Women Writing the West; Boulder Media Women; Denver Women's Press Club; International Women's Writers Guild
I am sorry it took so long to tell you Thank You for joining my group Blooming Late! Let me plead the Christmas season for the delay.
Please when you have the time if you haven't managed to yet please introduce yourself to the group in our To Kick Things Off discussion and let us know your writing accomplishments and goals.
Also please list your blog link and links to any books in our pages section to the left of the main group page so everyone can find and see them!
We have a wonderful group of wonderful women who are from varying genres and levels of writing that are a real source of support, encouragement and inspiration for writing and I hope that you can find a real writing home here.
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Hi wise ladies,I am a travel writer based in SF. I am in the last stages of editing my YA travel book (it's fiction) and wanted to know the proper channels to bring this baby to life. With my publishing credits (5 guidebooks, and a slew of articles…See More