• May 2010
    Here's a poem I wrote for my 84 year-old mother. I gave it to her while we were in Trader Joe's yesterday but I can't upload the pic I took of her reading it! my mother sits in the passenger seat bewildered she frantically names the world as we...
  • April 2010
    A tangent: I'm especially interested in the inter-generational aspect. At the college where I work, we have a poetry workshop where students, faculty and community members meet to read and discuss their work. Often the writing exercises require an...
  • March 2010
    You may be able to find inexpensive courses at a local college (film or speech, for example) that could help with presentation. It's quite an art to be able to deliver important information in a way that resonates with the audience. Another...
  • March 2010
    It's a tremendous journey. I don't know if you're ready to consider this, but have you thought of working with an editor or perhaps even a director for subsequent videos? The better your material is presented, the better chance you have of reaching...
  • March 2010
    Hey Renee: It's terrific that your father is supporting you. Here's a question: Have you written about this before, or are you at the "starting gate" as it were?
  • March 2010
    Renee, you are doing very important work. Too often we prefer to think of predators as strangers because no one wants to admit they know someone who is a predator. This may be related to accepting responsibility, or moving out of a comfort zone -- I...
  • March 2010
    This is fantastic, Jean. I'm going to track down a few of these and see if I can get them onto the reading lists at my college.
  • March 2010
    "In the Country of my Skull" by Antjie Krog -- an unforgettable and unrelenting up-close view of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa.

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