Tag Archives: Margaret Atwood

Remington Roundup:
First Drafts, a Book Festival, & Forest Avenue Press

I’m fresh off of teaching my online course, Flash Nonfiction I, and spending four weeks with an awesome group of women writers, so this week I’m recalibrating, recalculating, & settling back into story ideas and studio time. And, I’ve curated a … Continue reading

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Boxing, #Writing, & What Matters Most

I took a boxing class once. I learned the art of the jab, the uppercut, the hook. I even sparred with a guy, but he just played nice. It could have been the giddy grin on my face or the … Continue reading

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Writing to Remember

I write for several reasons. Some days I write because I’ve stepped into a place, and my heart has stopped. My breathing turns short and shallow and I know there is a story to be told. And some days I write for a few … Continue reading

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