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Tea. Earl Grey. Cream Puffs.

I have a lot of tea. Like…a lot a lot. No, seriously, I won a twenty pound box of assorted loose teas a couple of years ago. 462 more words

Thomas Griffith (1788-1813) of Garn, Denbighshire, and the East India Company Army

In 1804 John Wynne Griffith and his teenage son Thomas travelled from their home on the Garn estate in Denbighshire to London. Both wrote home about the fun fifteen-year-old Thomas had, including a visit to the recently rebuilt Astley’s Amphitheatre. 754 more words

East India Company

Merrimack Media 2015 Outstanding Writer Contest

First place wins complete publication package, second place wins a book cover!


DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: FRIDAY, MARCH 20th, 2015. 49 more words

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Spending time at home to me is sitting in front of my computer and writing books. Over the years I have completed five manuscripts, and I am currently working on another. 309 more words


"Palimpsest" in March issue of Snakeskin

Nice poetry news for this grey Monday: my poem “Palimpsest” is in the March issue of Snakeskin.

Read it here!

I wrote “Palimpsest” in August 2013, during a poem-a-day week (which I enjoy doing occasionally, especially with my friend… 14 more words


Prose, Poetry, and Shifting Priorities

So, upon saying Yes to doing a show this coming June, I set The Novel aside (temporarily…) in order to focus on writing the raw material for what will, by the time the show rolls around, be a (hopefully) gorgeously-polished chapbook about my experiences as a Professional Naked Girl. 136 more words


How easy is it to perfect our writing?

Today an author friend  launched her novel, The Beggar’s Dance. With the hard copy of a book in her hand, it all looked so easy. Only fellow writers understand the years of toil that go into writing any novel. 136 more words

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