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An Alternate Henry James

You may have already seen my recent cover and interior illustrations for The Writer’s Chronicle. Sometimes when you send your art director sketches there is more than one that you want to take all the way to the final. 156 more words


Cover Illustration for The Writer's Chronicle

In February, I had the great pleasure to work with The Writer’s Chronicle for a second time. I created a cover illustration for an article titled “The Master Craftsman” which was about Henry James and how he crafted  153 more words


A Poet with a Pen (un poète avec une plume)

This piece was inspired by the article “The Quick and the Dead: An Energy Crisis in Poetry” by Charles Harper Webb which appeared in the February 2014 issue of… 68 more words


the exact type of olive oil

All my physical therapist, who is from the Netherlands, has to do is lay his hands on my neck or back and I’m all better. He’s a wonderful painter, as well as a reader, and so we spend the rest of my thirty minutes talking about his paintings and my novels. 375 more words

Craft Of Writing

In the latest issue of The Writer’s Chronicle, “Oh Baby!” contributor Norman Minnick defends Robert Bly as well as anyone can. It is a spirited, studied show of support for a poet Minnick readily aligns with Walt Whitman—and not just for the ostentatious hair. 563 more words

Editors' Musings

Cover Illustration for The Writer's Chronicle

In the middle of a wonderful Icelandic vacation with my husband, I was commissioned to create a cover illustration and an interior illustration for the September 2013 issue of… 114 more words


So You Have a Poetry Manuscript...

Guest Post by M.E. Silverman

So you have a poetry manuscript – now what? This is a question I have been wrestling with like Jacob with his angel since 1994 when I entered graduate school at McNeese State to study with John Wood and Robert Olen Butler. 828 more words