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  • It has always amazed me how two people can have such a different memory of a shared occasion. ¬†Then our memory of things change with years, perhaps more learned inform...
  • This post definitely resonates, Kamy. I thought it was just me, a pessimist at heart, but it seems the other writers (presumably many artistic people) feel much more a...
  • Hi TOH Lee, I love nonfiction and am hoping to be working on a larger project soon. In the meantime I have lots of essay type posts and freelance articles going. I hop...
  • Suzi, I agree . . . Rampant Sisterhood it a great phrase! I may "steal" it with credit, of course. I have, on occasion had to remind folks that people who read often read more than one book, and more than one genre. It's not a competition! :-)
  • No photo, but a poem anyway: Adverbial Ketchup Assemble some words, all your favorite words, your biggest and best, most delicious of words; Grind them with verb sa...
  • Kevin Camp commented on her article Dry Drunk, Part 2
    It's interesting how you describe Canadian publication. In some ways, it's similar to where I grew up, the American South. Southern literature has used the same tropes...
  • Another WriMo newbie/rebel here. It's short stories for me. I do wish I had gotten some crazy PJs for the occasion, poodles or otherwise. Maybe afterward, as a reward...
  • Some people feel that having a writing-related side gig will interfere with their more "creative" writing endeavors. I found that it was just the opposite. I studied...
  • I just discovered that I participated and didn't know about the special occasion! Every month I decorate the envelope I drop off to our city clerk with the monthly uti...
  • It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a man insecure about his own writing tale...a sign of amazing skill. ¬† Also, since women do the majority of reading in our modern world, and also do a substa...