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Behind the scenes at a workshop

Last Wednesday I gave a workshop to the writers’ group at Hartlepool Library, as part of my role as poet-in-residence at the Heroism & Heartbreak WW1 project, (latest poem now available… 507 more words


Author Visit to Kennedy Middle School

Last week I spent a day and a half at Kennedy Middle School in Cupertino  sharing with their  6th grade students (500 of them in groups of 60 at a time!) about my Ancient Elements series of books,  230 more words


Day 95 - Entering the Country of Rootabaga - The Carl Sandburg Prompt

Carl Sandburg was an American writer who was born in 1878, he won the Pulitzer Prize 3 times, twice for his poetry(“Corn Huskers” and “Complete Poems”) and another for his history book on the war years. 415 more words


Famous writer recognized for time spent in Harbor Country

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald Palladium

HARBERT — For EnRico Heirman, the sound of the applause was worth the two years of waiting. 730 more words


Collaboration Tuesday - Splinter - Sandburg

One of the best parts (if not the best part!) of blogging for me are the collaborations that have emerged from it – and the ongoing illustrated poetry conversation between myself and Ms. 63 more words