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I’d like to thank Michel Roux’s mother and the lady in the corner shop

This wasn’t the Oscars it was a simple cookery competition, but it was probably as close as I’ll ever get to a prize-winning moment of such magnitude, and if I  917 more words


I laughed the other day when reading in the paper a letter that Philip Larkin had written in response to being asked if he’d mind being put forward for the position of Oxford Professor of Poetry. 578 more words


Minnesota native wins election as CWA's secretary-treasurer

Fridley native Sara Steffens was elected secretary/treasurer of the Communications Workers of America, one of the largest labor unions in the country.

Steffens, 43, was sworn in at the union’s 75th convention in Detroit on June 8. 151 more words


New studio arts major featured in podcast

The latest episode of the Communications, Writing and the Arts (CWA) department podcast is now available online. This episode features Erica Rasmussen, CWA associate professor, discussing Metropolitan State’s new studio arts BA available next year. 77 more words


Life Cycle of a Writer - Turning to Crime (Writing)

The last couple of months have seen a few changes for me – I’m back to the day-job now as my writing bursary period has come to an end. 423 more words


CWA and book by other Cat Writers' books

As a cat writer myself I’ve read quite a few books by fellow cat writers.

A special thank you to Jenny Dean of FloppyCats.com and Barbara F.

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The Lunchbox Diaries - Big Batch Biccies

We are nearing the end of term two of the school year here in Queensland and I am losing my lunchbox mojo! I am fairly certain my kids are sick of eating apples and carrots for morning tea (not that there is anything wrong with these, some variety would be nice though!) At the moment I have four lunchboxes to pack each week. 665 more words