Category Archives: Introductions

On the Spaces We Inhabit: Meet #Writer Mary Lewis

Yesterday’s social media explosion on the Badlands National Park twitter account gone rogue reminds us about the value of the spaces we inhabit and the places we take for granted. Our sense of place, and the attention we give it, defines who we … Continue reading

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Book Recommendation: Wired for Story, by Lisa Cron

“It is only by stopping to analyze what we’re unconsciously responding to when we read a story…that we can then write a story that will grab the [reader]. This is true whether you’re writing a literary novel, hard-boiled mystery, or … Continue reading

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You’re here!

If you’ve come over by way of Writing Under Pressure, Thanks! Know that I’d brew you a strong cup of coffee and serve you a cupcake if technology would allow it. Really, though, make yourself comfy, take a peek around … Continue reading

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