Upcoming Book Event!
I'll be joined by two other local authors for an afternoon of readings and Q&A.
May 25, 2013
1300 - 1500
Staunton Public Library
1 Churchville Ave.
Hope to see you there!
I’ll be selling and signing books here on June 1!
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Yesterday was Labor Day, so in solidarity and in gratitude for weekends, minimum wage, health benefits, and many other positive things organized labor has fought and some died for, I took the day off from writing. Truth be told, since … Continue reading
Sorry to take so long to blog about this, but last week was full of events (none writing-related for me; I gave a book party for a friend’s latest book); and I was fighting off a cold. The one-day writers … Continue reading
Yet another cool thing about Tinker Mountain is the fact that while a bunch of us are here learning to be better writers, a whole bunch more are here learning to be better ceramicists. It’s an interesting juxtaposition of artists, … Continue reading
Yesterday, on day one, I contemplated buying an umbrella since I’d left mine at home. None of the ones offered in Hollins’ book store were small enough to fit in my backpack, so I opted not to buy one. Later … Continue reading
EVENING UPDATE: The day opened with a great craft seminar by Jim McKean: Creative Research and the Art of Facts. The seminar was about research for non-fiction work, particularly memoir, but definitely was applicable to fiction. After describing the types … Continue reading