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Category Archives: Author Profiles
May their children e-mail one another and not bomb one another May they download each other’s mother’s bread recipes This line from the poem “Fayetteville as in Fate” comes from E-mails from Scheherazad , a 2003 collection by Professor Mohja … Continue reading →
There are hundreds of novels and nonfiction books that I respect, but not enough to read. I’m grateful for podcast interviews so that I can learn while exercising and chore zapping. Recently, while jogging on a boardwalk through a rice … Continue reading →
This month Erika Dreifus (author, blogger, and editor of Fiction Writers Review) is coordinating a short story collection giveaway in honor of Short Story Month. I’m participating by reviewing and giving away a copy of Other People We Married … Continue reading →
Leslie Pietrzyk is one of my favorite authors, teachers, and creative mentors, and she’s funny and a great source of recipes and restaurant recommendations. Her Work-in-Progress blog is helpful to writers in the DC area, and everywhere else. For example, … Continue reading →
Karen McQuestion is one of the most successful novelists to emerge from Amazon’s CreateSpace platform. To quote her bio: “I’m the author of six books, including the novel, A Scattered Life, which has been optioned for film. Five of those … Continue reading →
Author Profile: Cynthia Harrison Cynthia Harrison’s first book, Your Words, Your Story, is part memoir, part new writer’s guide. Cindy has been a staff reviewer for RT Book Review and Publishers Weekly and has published poetry, fiction, and features for … Continue reading →