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- Christi Craig lives in Wisconsin, working by day as a sign language interpreter and moonlighting as a writer, teacher, and editor. Her work has appeared online and in print, and she received an Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train's Family Matters Contest, 2010.
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Upcoming Author InterviewsDec. 20th, Author Spotlight: Carol Wobig, Collected Short Stories (Hidden Timber Books).
Jan. 24th, Yvonne Stephens, author of The Salt Before It Shakes (Hidden Timber Books)
Feb. 21st, Lynn Sloan, author of This Far Isn't Far Enough (Fomite Press).
Mar. 21st, Paul Kosir, author of Perspectives of Nature: Scientifically Romantic Experiential Nature Poetry.
Guest PostsDec. 6th, Book excerpt & giveaway: Skating the Vertical (Fomite Press) by Jan English Leary.
Feb. 7th, Guest post & giveaway with Suzanne Conboy-Hill, editor of Let Me Tell You A Story.
Mar. 7th, Guest post & giveaway with Michael Ferro, author of Title 13 (Harvard Square Editions).
If you have a guest post you feel would fit the scope of this blog, send me a note through my contact page.
FLASH NONFICTION I
Jan. 7-Feb. 3, 2018: an introductory course with lessons specific to the very short essay, weekly quick writes to get your pen moving, and assignments that build up to a more developed essay. Plus, receive peer feedback. Read more HERE.
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“But remember, there’s a huge difference between ‘trying hard’ (which you want to do) and ‘trying to make it perfect from the first word on’ (which is impossible and just might shut you down). The goal [with first drafts] isn’t … Continue reading
I am terribly introspective most days, but there are moments–plenty–when my attention span runs short. Too much coffee, too many things to do, too short on time for all that “doing,” I have to force myself to slow down. Take a … Continue reading
As humans, we are natural storytellers. For me, certain images and smells strike me hard: tapping a memory, pulling me back into time, and demanding that I form those memories into something I can share. Lisa Cron (WIRED FOR STORY) explains … Continue reading