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Roger Rosenblatt Quote.

Rosenblatt, R. (2015). The book of love: Improvisations on a crazy little thing.


Colors of the Wind

“Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?” Song by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz

I love colors!

I am an advocate of coloring your Bible. 485 more words

January Boston-area Book Readings of Note

Megan Mayhew Bergman
Almost Famous Women: stories
Tuesday, January 6 at 7pm
Porter Square Books

Carrie Russell
Drowning Cactus
Friday, January 9 at 7pm
Porter Square Books… 103 more words


A Week In The Life of an MFA Student

This month, I thought I’d share a glimpse at what a typical week looks like for me as a full-time MFA student. This does not take into account the other regular tasks that we all have – paying bills, eating, being with our friends and loved ones, etc. 1,760 more words

First Year Contributor

Three Weeks In: Finding My Rhythm Again As A Student.

Following a 25-year summer break, I now find myself back in school full-time. Three weeks in to my MFA at Stony Brook University, I am slowly beginning to find the rhythm of being a student again. 593 more words


Review: Unless It Moves the Human Heart: The Craft and Art of Writing

Unless It Moves the Human Heart: The Craft and Art of Writing by Roger Rosenblatt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Unless It Moves the Human Heart is a lovely book on writing and teaching the craft of writing (more on the former than the latter). 145 more words

My Works

Tuesday Thoughts: Margaret Atwood and A New Definition of Speculative Fiction

Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of listening to Margaret Atwood have a conversation with Roger Rosenblatt at Chautauqua Institution. I enjoyed their witty repartee (Rosenblatt: Would you listen to me for a moment? 293 more words