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The Savior, Part 5a: (Gotta Have) Faith

Continued from June 18, 2015 post, The Savior, Part 4: Three Chords

I didn’t love Belize. I love what Belize gave me—four of the best friends I’ll ever have… 497 more words

Writing And Life

#PhonePhill - Conversation #8: Mac McSharry

Mac McSharry! @MacBullitt!

Damn, I need a third name for him to make that opener work properly. The rhythm’s all askew now. I wish I’d gotten a third name for him during the TWO HOURS we were nattering. 1,492 more words

My Way

Unless You Have Already Called 911--Some Tips for Sharing the Summer with Kids

So, it’s summer. Strawberries. Kayaks. Kids in my office.

Ok, my office is a corner of the bedroom. Or the kitchen table. Or the living room couch. 769 more words

Writing And Life

Just the Right Amount of Adventure

I’m so thrilled to be posting on Emu’s Debuts for the very first time! I’ve had my eye on this blog since my querying days (okay, years), so writing this post feels like one of those moments when something big (or small) happens and you think, “This dream is really coming true!” 405 more words

Writing And Life

#PhonePhill - Conversation #7: Rebecca Handley

Good Lord, it seems like all I do these days is natter on that infernal telephonic voice-casting contraption.

This (last) week I had a chat with… 1,013 more words

Someone Else's Way

Mother Writer Interview with Michelle Otero

I’m so excited to share this conversation with fierce Latina poet/playwright/actor/activist extraordinaire Michelle Otero, who discusses her experiences as a writer and stepmother of two. 102 more words

Motherhood Poetry

michelleotero reblogged this on Vessel and commented:

Poet, novelist, mother, NEA award-winner, and all-around amazing mujer Jennifer Givhan invited me to share some stories as part of her Mother Writers' Interview Series. Thank you, Jenn, for all you do for writers, poets, and mamas.