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Co-Writing: the Early Days

As a part of an exercise with my writing group, I am co-writing a novella. My partner is amazing, by the way. A published author ( 270 more words


Call and Response Writing on Water

 An interdisciplinary conference organised by Camille Roulière and Jennifer Rutherford:

H2O: Life and Death (2017) Programme

On page 9, I collaborate with research associate and author Pip Newling to continue to co-develop a mode of call-and-response writing from and within bodily encounter—and water. 40 more words

Shadow Places In Concept And An Ecology Of Practice

I Got What I Asked For

In many ways, I am a lucky old bat. Two out of three children are active in my writing. They encourage me, edit me, nag me. 159 more words


I don’t trust people who constantly need to be reassured. I don’t trust people who express never express selfish views. I don’t trust people who can’t just “yes” or “no”.

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Big News

No, Old Souls isn’t finished. Because c’mon. It’s summer.

But THIS is pretty cool too.

One of my partners in googling things like:

Weird ways to die, how to get away with murder, what it feels like to stab people, how to get over the Canadian/American border without a passport, time travel… 243 more words

Happy Anniversary!

One year ago today The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen was published! It also happens to be on sale right now on Amazon or available free in Kindle Unlimited!! 388 more words

Co-Writing Continues To Be Fun

When I was in Nashville earlier this year for Tin Pan South and Spring Training, I was invited to join a co-write with two friends, Gigi Gostas – with whom I have written – and John Terry, with whom I had not. 150 more words