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Images and Imaginations of Guinevere

By Dina Greenberg

Over the course of two short weeks, I wrote “Guinevere Tries a New Kind of In-vitro” in response to a series of paintings by Elisabeth Chant (1865-1947). 260 more words

Fiction

Fiction Genre Breakdown

Do you read fiction? (God, I hope if you’re reading this the answer is a big fat YES!) When trying to describe what genre I read, I usually say, “Good fiction.” I know. 132 more words

Writing

Words to Make Poetry

For Teachers 

Some of the wonderful teachers that I’ve worked with over the last year have asked me for a copy of the words that I use in one of my workshop activities, so I thought I’d post them here. 636 more words

Craft Of Writing

The Importance of Time in Writing... or Some Tips to Avoid Premature Submission

It took me a long time to understand just how much time goes into crafting an effective piece of fiction. That’s a bit ironic, I suppose, since I already knew that a good story takes a long time to write. 821 more words

Submissions

Landscape Lexicons

I stated in a previous post that I had been reviewing my older books in the Elf Gate series to refresh my memory for plot consistency. 628 more words

Elf Gate Series

Thankful for...my critique group!

This past year has brought many changes to my life. The culmination is that I now live in a different part of the country. The main advantages I currently enjoy are living closer to my children and grandchildren, along with the MUCH milder wintertime weather! 368 more words

Blog

TWiNW: Laura and the Recurring Pool Room

Laura read two scenes from different parts of The Battle is O’er: What was meant to be the final scene of the entire Blue Bells Chronicles,  302 more words

Writing