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Monthly Archives: July 2017
The first week of my first MOOC has blown by, and already I feel like I have grown as a poet. The feedback is invaluable. The videos, taught by instructors as diverse as the genre, have rich insights to share. … Continue reading
Dolls: replicas of people made of cloth, clay, wood, bone, porcelain… used for religion, ritual and play. From the wooden paddle dolls left in Egyptian tombs in the 21st century BC to the plastic, highly stylized dolls of today, these … Continue reading
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Matador Review’s Editor in Chief, JT Lachausse. Matador Review is an excellent publication covering alternative art and literature. I share their submission opportunities here when I see them because they seek the cutting … Continue reading
DeLois Jackson is another one of the authors appearing at the upcoming Author Meet, Greet & Eat at Cafe Bienville on Aug. 19 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. She is the inspirational author of “FAITH: My Walking Cane to Glory,” … Continue reading
I am excited to introduce a personal friend, Soraya Murillo Hernandez, from Spain. Soraya speaks Spanish, and I only speak English, so our friendship has leaned heavily on technology and Google Translate. When I was accepted for Borderlands Press Boot … Continue reading
The Northwest Florida State College class schedule has been released. I’ll be teaching five classes this next semester on two campuses. Click here for information on registering. Niceville Campus Elements of Story I on Thursdays from Sept. 21 to Oct. 12 … Continue reading
Tomorrow I’ll be doing my last reading of The Literary Lizard for the summer at the Fort Walton Beach Public Library at 10:30 a.m. It’s been a busy summer. Over the past two months Lit and I visited Children in Crisis, … Continue reading