“Home,” Conn writes early on in her book, “Can anyone define that?….”
Category: September-October 2020
REVIEW: A House on Stilts: Mothering in the Age of Opioid Addiction by Paula Becker
This thoughtful and heart-wrenching narrative should come in a welcome kit for parents of teenagers.
INTERVIEW: Rebecca McClanahan, Author of In The Key of New York City
We can express emotions in many ways, but as writers, we’re sentenced to the sentence. And to words.
INTERVIEW: Athena Dixon, Author of The incredible Shrinking Woman
There’s going to be somebody like you out there who needs to hear your voice.
INTERVIEW: Debora Harding, Author of Dancing With the Octopus: A Memoir of a Crime
[My dad] had a charming way of denying frightful events, of bringing humor and lightness to our childhood.
CRAFT: Reflections on Roomy Writing by Stephanie Hunt
She made the drapes. Yards and yards of heavy silk graced the huge old windows, softly framing the view of the Tennessee River below.
WRITING LIFE: Sometimes You Get to Write a Book You Don’t Love Yet by Molly Howes
I considered turning down the offer, but I didn’t.