Christi, wanted to give you an update on my biography of Stella Adler. It's in the hands of LA's preeminent literary agents who I was referred to through a friend, but now I'm playing the waiting game. In the mean time, I launched a blog dedicated to the book. Will you follow it at http://alifeinartstellaadler.wordpress.com/? Thanks for the support!
Yeah,that having to "friend" everyone is both good and bad. What's your question? If you go visit wrwa.net you can see the newest edition of InkPlots, the e-zine, and the submission guidelines for the print edition. I'm told that membership is not necessary to be included in the e-zine.
Christi, I'm pretty new to Twitter, but I enjoyed the Redbook interview you posted a link to--with Allison Winn Scotch. I loved when she said: "I couldn’t have written Time of My Life, the break-out book of my career, without understanding that resonating bass note of unconditional love that we have for our children..."
That non-MFA thing had me bummed out for a while, but then someone pointed out that unless I wanted to teach, I could spent that money attending conferences and meeting agents. I took that advice. It was a much better way to spend my time and my money!
Welcome Puffikins. It has been almost a full month since the NFL rookie draft occurred. I, Ms. Puff of Evanston, Illinois, like to take time to absorb what ACTUALLY happens in an NFL football draft; I don't like to "shoot from the hip" and regret…See More