Monthly Archives: August 2010

Learning to let go…again

Feeling a little edgy this evening as I sent out my precious Montgomery paper to the editors who will decide its fate. I’ve tweaked and twiddled and had others look it over for anything glaring that I might have missed. … Continue reading

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On Censorship

When I was a little girl I attended a private Hebrew day school. There were many things about it that were probably really good, but there were a lot of things, unfortunately, that were not. One of the things that … Continue reading

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Processing

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Laurie Halse Anderson is officiating this write for 15 minutes a day writing course (?) on her blog. I’ve been pretty good at keeping up with the assignments, admittedly missed a day … Continue reading

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Authors of Awesomeness

Laurie Halse Anderson, author of such wonderful YA lit like Speak and Wintergirls, is doing this amazing supportive thing for writers this month. She calls it: Write Fifteen Minutes A Day¬© Everyday, she provides a writing exercise and some words … Continue reading

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How I Lost Five Hours Yesterday

One of the things that I didn’t miss in academia was Kate Turabian. I know the lady has been dead a long time, but her work with the Chicago Manual of Style – or the student version that I was … Continue reading

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