Monthly Archives: December 2011

Why do We Write?

Boy, if there was ever a question among writers that has a shelf of life of ‘since the earth began,’ this one is it.  Mark Abe, an alum of the Taos Writers’ Conference and the Provincetown workshop, posed this question … Continue reading

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Recognizing Some Dichotomy

As I prepare to get seriously serious about writing my novel, I am gradually lessening my commitment to other activities and groups.  I no longer cook with the Yum Yum Sisterhood at church, no longer help fix a monthly breakfast … Continue reading

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Wonderful Energy and Sharing of Views

Last night at Read, Write & Brew, 32 people got together to hear women sharing their thoughts on aging.  Jyoti Wind, who initiated the project and put together the anthology Unraveling Mysteries, came from Boulder and brought several women with … Continue reading

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Quick Reminder

You don’t want to miss hearing local women read their essays and poetry on Monday, Dec. 5th at Read, Write & Brew.  Unraveling Mysteries is an anthology on women on aging compiled by Jyoti Wind and each piece from the … Continue reading

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