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    Empowering Women Authors: Fostering a Literary Community for Women Writers In the realm of literature, the voices of women have long been marginalized, overshad...
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    In the realm of human experience, the feminine narrative stands as a catalyst, a potent agent driving transformative change. This narrative, often overshadowed or dism...
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    What does this mean to you?    As an adoptee, I never even knew such a month existed (nor did I think much about adoption or the impact adoption had on me).   Adoption...
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    Over the last few years, I have experienced profound internal shifts - some as a result of life situations; some as a result of personal choices. How do I explain it?...
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    Military veteran and first-time novelist Matthew Robinson did not want to presume too...d finalist, includes interventions and interruptions by a skeptical, fictional model for a fictional character:...
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    Apollo’s Lyre: The Art of Spiritual Psychotherapy By Kenneth Porter, M.D. This is a scholarly and precise journey into a whole new realm of psychotherapy called sp...


  • I posted about PWs gross oversight on the Chicago Moms Blog. I slight to women writers everywhere, but in some ways the damaging message it sends to our future female writers may ultimately have a more profound impact. I'd love your comments.
  • I imagine the ash has had a profound impact in your home country, Renate. I enjoyed the quotes, Ginster. Frank Galati's words are especially good. I posted my poem, Al...
  • What a great post, Dani. I appreciate your perspective—always—on social media and onli...on NPR last night about boredom, and how it brings the brain back to "default mode," a critical state of mind fo...