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  • Hi everyone.  This isn't a rule to add, but a question to throw out there.  My friend (another playground mom) has worked in publishing for a while and is a big advoca...
  • Irina: Sounds like we have the same issue. I figure there are women (like Lori Ann Lothian) who write brilliantly about it. I think I'll leave it to them and stick to humor :). Thanks for your reply.
  • I'm weird, but I think you should follow your prologue epilogue dream. So nobody uses them? O it brilliantly and they'll all follow you. Sara


  • Victoria Chames posted a status
    Dear friends and fans, teachers and colleagues, fellow writers & students of the art, My new book of essays, More About This, was scheduled to release February...


  • Fascinating stuff, Sarah. And lots for me to think about when Elaine Showalter and I are due to speak on the thorny subject of women and self-promotion at the London s...
  • "When in doubt, make a fool of yourself. There is a microscopically thin line between being brilliantly creative and acting like the most gigantic idiot on earth. So what the hell, leap." ~Cynthia Heimel, American feminist writer
  • I think you covered so much of what works for me brilliantly. The only thing that I would add that I do is write garbage. I do my version of morning pages, no matter what time of day it is. I write about how I can't write or where I am stuck and something that is where I find the words.