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How to Copyright

So, you want to learn how to copyright that book of poetry or novel of yours? If I can do it, anyone can. The hardest part is writing, organizing and piecing your book of poetry or novel together to make it coherent. 240 more words

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Dalloway - a review. Thank you for being a better reader than me.

Review of ‘Dalloway’ performance at The Riverfront, Newport, 21 Sept 2016

***SPOILER ALERT***

A dark room, with a single cream chaise longue at the rear of the stage, and long white panels draping down. 1,018 more words

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Freeing the Stories Inside You: Writers Studio Tucson

Tucson writer friends!

Do you have stories inside you, bursting to get out? Do you have the longing to write fiction or poetry, but perhaps lack the confidence to know how to judge and develop your own material? 62 more words

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Conversations with Wisconsin Artists Interview

Last week, I was interviewed by Rex Owens during Conversations with Wisconsin Artists on Sun Prairie’s KSUN 103.5 The hour long program airs twice a month and features people with a variety of artistic expertise. 72 more words

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How to Write a Poem

In my opinion, there’s no single way, formula

or person

anywhere I know about

that shows you step by step How to write a poem… 1,075 more words

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Stanton Delaplane and Paris

There is nothing like Paris in the Spring. The trees along the boulevards all trembling in the fresh spring breeze. The cleaning crews washing down the sidewalks in the cool Paris dawn. 250 more words

New poems :)

Hola Amigos,

Below are a few things I’ve written lately, as well as some old stuff I updated and adapted so that it may see the light of day. 1,488 more words

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