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  • I can sit anywhere notebook and pen in hand and write. Later, I will fuss with spelling and better wording. In the moment I just write. If need be, I can pull over in...
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    Calling all creative women -- artists, poets, novelists, photographers, filmmakers, videographers, writers, playwrights, screenwriters, singers, musicians, dancers, sc...
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    Welcome to all newbies!  I am sorry you have to join our group. (tongue in cheek). However, trying to keep a positive spin on things I titled it with "Write Eventuall...
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    Al Jaffee: MAD Magazine’s All-Around “Mentsh” with Much “Tam” About a year ago at this time, I interviewed two recently emerged and international musical performers...
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    When asked about the inspiration for my novel, I answer simply: “I love libraries.” Libraries of all shapes and sizes; new libraries and old libraries; libraries here,...

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  • I so agree, it's a powerful and empowering political statement by a woman artist, by a whole community of artists and non-artists -- even children! If you page through the book you won't believe the degree and quality of invention -- it is really a profound transfiguration of hatred and death.
  • One of my pet peeves is statements punctuated with question marks. e.g.: He wondered why she didn't smile? HUH? It's a STATEMENT, not a question. It's being done very often, and it always annoys me!
  • I recently unearthed a written vision statement I’d penned to myself 10 years ago – when I started writing my memoir “The Coconut Latitudes.” It was full of lofty goal...