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A Picture and a Thousand Words: Guest Post by Kim Suhr

“Leathery oak leaves grip my soles, and I am stunned by the realization that I must get used to seeing you from this vantage point — the back of your head bobbing, you running, running, running to the next vista, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Kim Suhr on Honoring Your Desire to Write

Kim Suhr is the director of Red Oak Writing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She organizes Saturday workshops on craft and leads Roundtable Critique Groups–in person and now (I love this) online. Let distance no longer be a barrier to joining a group! … Continue reading

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Smell: The Expressway to Memory

It’s nothing new to say our sense of smell is an expressway to memory. One whiff of black pavement on a hot day, and I am at Six Flags in the heat of summer during the late ’70’s. My dad worked a … Continue reading

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