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The Kiss by Kathryn Harrison

The Kiss came recommended as a powerfully told memoir, the artful representation of a shocking story that does not rely upon its sensational nature to make an impact, but showcases the author’s craft. 373 more words

Book Reviews

What the Creative Nonfiction Writers' Conference taught me about acquiring an agent

I’ve had a number of short stories and essays published in literary magazines. In addition to the satisfaction of getting my work placed in well-respected publications, it’s been a way for me to build my list of publishing credits. 199 more words



Disclaimer: The following blog entry contains sexual language and graphic nudity.

Hello, Ladies.

Let me introduce my playmate, Trident.

Trident, aka “Sexy,” will make all your dreams come true. 242 more words

Family Rules

my imperfect love is a perfectly broken china teacup

I’m tired of being perfect so then I stop trying but now I’m tired of making mistakes and pretending that I like the imperfectness that is so obvious in me because I want to be imperfectly me in every way. 169 more words


Creative Nonfiction Conference

Check out this conference if you write creative nonfiction of any sort:

August 7-9, Lancaster, PA.

Creative Writng


There are at least a dozen other things that I could be writing about right now, maybe even two dozen. Twenty-four other things that I could be describing and digging through—my future, my past, my present, make it thirty-six! 447 more words

Creative Writing

Elephant Amigurumi

The 4th of July was once my favorite holiday.

I remember hurrying to the hospital lawn to secure a spot with a view. Spreading out the blue patchwork quilt with the uncomfortable bobbles on the back. 429 more words