Added by Charissa Weaks on June 29, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Today's the 30th day of the 30-day #Trust30 writing project. Yet another prompt urged looking ahead. My response is my 30th poem for the project, a Shadorma titled "Self-Texting":
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on June 29, 2011 at 9:24am — No Comments
Reposted from Trashy's Treasures
Because plans change. Whether or not that’s progress remains to be seen, but I like the direction it’s taking. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up. ;)
I’ve been blogging about my short story WIP and the response I’m getting is good. I revealed the names of my male characters and a few hints about their personalities, and I discovered that people want…Continue
Added by Amelia James on June 29, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments
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With a successful 'kickstarter' project, my book is moving right along! I was able to raise funds for professional editing, book cover design, and website updating through my kickstarter project for Clouse's Houses - Memoir of Architecture, Nature, and Human Spirit! Through SW's I hooked up with the wild and wonderful Barbara Fischkin as one of my editors, to begin the polishing process. So, here we go!
Added by Carol Clouse on June 29, 2011 at 7:03am — No Comments
My daughter, V, like any curious toddler, asks a lot of questions. Some of which, I’m not quite sure how to answer. But I’d rather admit that I, the great and powerful mother, am not all-knowing, than lie to my child. After reading the book, Nurture Shock, which includes a discussion on lying in young children and teens, I was shocked to learn how frequently both children and adults lie. It truly…Continue
Added by Pamela Mathison Levitt on June 29, 2011 at 6:14am — No Comments
Today's Wednesday Wonder truly is a wonder: the work of Dutch kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen, who is creating "new forms of life" to populate Holland's beaches. I've included two videos about his otherworldly "herds':
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on June 29, 2011 at 6:01am — No Comments
This past weekend, Elliott and I flew to Boston for the weekend. For the most part, it was an uneventful trip.
If you’ve flown lately, you know what a hassle air travel has become. There are the security lines, the overbooked flights, and the testy airline employees. With a cancelled flight out of Kansas City, air traffic control issues in Chicago, and weather delays in Boston, it took us 13 hours to get to Boston, but only five hours to get home.
Added by Lanita Moss on June 29, 2011 at 5:53am — No Comments
I think if you really enjoy doing something and you really get out of it what you put in, that you should carry on and enjoy yourself in the process. Well that something for me, is blogging. I guess I'm a little addicted to it. Some might say I'm obsessed with it. Especially my husband and my sister, neither of whom understand blogging at all.
PLEASE CONTINUE - I'm running a…Continue
Added by Kathryn Brown on June 29, 2011 at 5:25am — No Comments
I follow bookslut.com on Twitter and saw the tweet about their first book raffle on Facebook. I’m always up for the opportunity to win a free book, so I followed the link, and was excited to see that all I had to do was enter the name of a female artist overlooked by popular culture to enter the drawing for Who is Ana Mendieta? By…Continue
Added by Jane Hammons on June 29, 2011 at 12:12am — No Comments
in a time of horrifying stillness,
no one is safe
off the narrow spiritual path.
I had left my big dog, Isis, at home, had had only two…Continue
Added by Kelly Fitzpatrick on June 29, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
Joanne “Buckshot” Bryant was a notorious bank and train robber and is possibly best-remembered as the Queen of the Rustlers in the American West of the 1800′s. It could truly be said that this queen came from a family of outlaw aristocracy. Her parents ran the infamous Bryant Gang in Australia and may have even known the outback bandit…Continue
Added by Jo Bryant on June 28, 2011 at 5:43pm — No Comments
Everybody stretch with me, do some downward dog, cross your fingers, and send your best vibes -- tonight is game time. I'm about to go into the technological back end of She Writes and install the redesign we've been working on!
I'm incredibly excited about unveiling this new "look and feel,"…Continue
Reposted from the Writerly Habit
I’ve been reading The Two Kinds of Decay: A Memoir by Sarah Manguso. In her memoir, she talks about the gaps in the narrative and not being able to account for all of her time. Now that I have had another back injury, I understand. Mind you, I…Continue
Added by Brandi Ballard on June 28, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
This story appears on Lost in Fiction, thanks to a referral from Barbara Alfaro-- nice to go global!
Added by Carla Sarett on June 28, 2011 at 3:59pm — No Comments
Today I posted about cursing and the (incredibly funny) Go The F**k to Sleep book by Adam Mansbach, read by Samuel Jackson. What is your take on cursing with kids? What are some of your favorite alternatives? I'd love to hear from you:
Added by Meryl Jaffe on June 28, 2011 at 3:26pm — No Comments
The Queen’s visit to Ireland: Hope for the Future
In May 2011 Queen Elizabeth made the first visit to Ireland by a British monarch in 100 years since King George V in 1911. Gracious and friendly, she acknowledged the bleak record of past relationships between the two countries, particularly in her remarks at Dublin Castle on May 18: “It is a sad and regrettable reality that through history our islands have experienced more than their share of heartache,…Continue
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