Monthly Archives: March 2014

It Takes a Village to Write a Book, Part 1

Some people think of writing as a solitary activity. You sit at your computer in the attic, typing and eating bonbons, as one of my teachers has said. Or drinking wine. Or whiskey. Alone. In reality, the successful writers I … Continue reading

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What Is New, and News, About a Poetry Festival: An Invitation To Split This Rock

“They said we had nothing new,” said Sarah Browning after three exhilarating days at the last Split This Rock Poetry Festival. She was explaining why no local media had attended to report on the event, which lit up venues from … Continue reading

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