mailchi.mp/d00f5b3d67cd/two-nights-of-poetry Join me and Jen Karetnick and Lesley Wheeler for two nights of poetry–Friday March 5, when I will be reading from my new book, and Monday, March 8 when the three of us will read together and discuss how to overcome rejection.
It’s official! The countdown has begun. You have just 10 days to submit to Prospectus. We are especially in need of LITERARY short stories. No genre, no flash, no micro. http://prospectusliterary.com/submissions2020.php
Happy to report that I’ll have a poem in the next issue of Pensive: A Global Journal of Spirituality and the Arts.
I spend more and more time at my desk these days, doing everything from preparing the family taxes to working on this blog. Because of this, my workspace is constantly changing. Holding the clutter at bay is challenging, so I prefer to keep nearby only a few quality items that serve multiple purposes over aContinue reading “What’s on my desk”
My planner is one of those simple ring binder journals you can pick up from any stationery supplies store. White paper. No ruled lines to cage my venturesome handwriting and doodling. I’m an obsessive note-taker and fill pages to the margins with to do lists, rough sketches, and ideas for blog posts. I usually goContinue reading “My daily planner”
There are millions of tips out there on how to fly with kids, what to bring on camping vacations, which suitcase to buy, where to go and what to see in just about every corner on Earth. What I want to share today is something a little different – something that we discovered last summerContinue reading “Travel Tips”
Who me? Organized? My husband might tell you otherwise, but I do find it hard to keep track of our weekly schedule. You know: school, swimming, grocery shopping, tidying up, paying bills, remembering appointments and so on. Fortunately, in our house we all pitch in. No one person does everything. But we do have aContinue reading “Staying Organized”