Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sitting Down with Justen Ahren

Shrive                                               You turn me to rain with a sentence.                                                 Black and secret centers have me falling, confessing. I know nothing but the crusts of words, the starvation we call living. All day the earth broke open. Under a furrowed … Continue reading

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Bringing Noepe Center for Literary Arts at Martha’s Vineyard to You

“Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.” – Henry David Thoreau The best thing about having a blog is being able to share experiences — people and places — with others.  My recent stint at Noepe Center … Continue reading

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Summer Spotlight: Renee Johnson

Originally posted on Jill Weatherholt:
Hi Jill and all of your blog followers and readers. Thank you for allowing me to join your wonderful list of author interviews. It’s been fun and interesting getting to know the writers a little…

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Join us for a Reading!

     I’m getting your kind messages and I know you are all curious about what happens when you meet up with a bunch of strangers and settle in for a long stretch of living together under one roof. Well, … Continue reading

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A Journey Through Favorite Writer’s Eyes

Summer is over. My novel has an official release date — more on that later — and I have been granted an opportunity to work on another project through the Martha’s Vineyard Writers Residency. This is such a fantastic journey … Continue reading

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