Some quick updates

Life has been a whirlwind lately. There are blog posts I’ve wanted to write, but haven’t made time. However, I have some announcements that I want to dash off before turning in for the night. 1. Registration for the Submission Mission 2014 workshop is now open! For details and a link to the registration form, […]

Coming soon/save the dates

  For all those writers who say they want to submit more, but can’t get motivated. For all those writers who feel like they don’t know how to target the right markets. For all those writers who try to keep track of submissions, but just can’t stay organized. (More details forthcoming. Check my Workshops page […]

Weekend Reading

A lot of worthwhile stuff appeared online this week. (I’m stick in the thick of A Dance With Dragons, so new books haven’t crossed my radar.) Kenyon drama professor Thomas Turgeon died this week from ALS. I never took a class with him (honestly, I never even met him), but I did live in his house the […]

January Poetry Forecast

I’ve got some literary excitement headed my way this month! First, I’m guest-hosting the BookWoman Poetry Open Mic on January 10th. The event will feature Gloria Amescua. Gloria Amescua is an inaugural member of CantoMundo, a national Latino poetry community. She resides in Austin, Texas and received a Masters degree from the University of Texas in […]

What I loved in 2012

While I’ve blogged my reading lists pretty extensively, I haven’t listed all of the things I’ve loved this year. So here’s a rundown of great music, websites, and tech stuff I discovered. Note that not all of it was brand new this year, but it was new to me. Television Buffy the Vampire Slayer, seasons […]