As part of my participation as a finalist in the Summer Writing Contest, I have written an essay entitled "Balance." "Balance" joins a host of others in a series called Routinology. I invite you to read them to see which ones, if any, gel with your routine, or--even better--contribute your own.
Author Dean Moses, whose novella was selected for publication during the Summer Writing Project of 2015, interviews me from his home in New York. Take a listen. All of those skills teaching speech and debate are starting to pay off. Thanks, Dean. And best wishes.
Serial comedic satire on Newport Beach, 29 BBQs, is selected a finalist in the Summer Writing Contest today (well, actually, Friday). Thank you, my many anonymous readers, for your support.
For all of us who believe there is not one way. One genre. One spirit. One answer. Or even one question. This blog is for the writer before she was so, as well as for the reader who defies her expectations every time: it is for the poets, satirists, fiction writers, essayists, diarists, and ancient word wanderers; this blog is for the infinitely unwritten. To each, a celebration. A celebration to all.