Monthly Archives: November 2011
I posted an article on BookPleasures.com about the similarities between art and writing, entitled Jackson Pollack Writing. I’ve also posted it below for readers of this blog. It explains where the following exercise came from and how it may help … Continue reading
This article was written for BookPleasure.com. I have also posted it on my site, because it goes with the exercise I am posting today. My husband and I visited the High Museum of Art in Atlanta over the Thanksgiving weekend … Continue reading
e.e. cummings’ Strip Joint. Aldous Huxley’s sleeping wife (Maria Nys Huxley at Siesta). Beautiful pastoral Brazilian Landscape by Elizabeth Bishop. Sylvia Plath’s Two Women Reading. These are just the tip of the iceberg of the number of writers who have … Continue reading
“Thanksgiving Day is a jewel, to set in the hearts of honest men; but be careful that you do not take the day, and leave out the gratitude.” – E.P. Powell I have a life that is blessed. It’s easy … Continue reading
Check out my article for BookPleasure.com on identifying your audience while you are writing. Click here.
“I would say that the most important duty of a writer is to find what is really his story, his particular story, his unique story.” — Isaac Bashevis Singer There are certain types of stories: the love triangle, betrayal between … Continue reading
“Clothes are inevitable. They are nothing less than the furniture of the mind made visible.” –James Laver, Style in Costume I went to see a play last night at our local university. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee was … Continue reading
Check out my article “Searching for the Grammar Muse” at BookPleasure.com by clicking here.
Just a reminder about the new class. Please contact me if you need additional information. You can also sign up by either calling 423.697.3100 or clicking here. Poetry For Life Metrophobia is the fear of poetry. Many people believe poetry … Continue reading