Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Only Fix

I’ve been wanting to bring out a second edition of my book of poetry, Fault Lines. I needed to correct some typos, update the┬ábio, and add some credits to the “Acknowledgements.” Most importantly, the first edition, brought out by a … Continue reading

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Neither a Borrower . . .

I’ve never confessed this to anyone–until now. Decades ago, I borrowed a book from a friend. She was adamant that she wanted it back. She even wrote her name, address and phone number inside the front cover. Yet, I never … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the Joy

Sometimes I just get burnt out. Or stuck. Or bored. With my writing, I mean. My projects are bogged down, I don’t know how to fix problems, the original idea seems lame. Writing is not fun. Well, of course not. … Continue reading

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No Telling

We writers know all about keeping quiet about our work, or at least our works in progress. We know that talking about them too soon discharges the energy and excitement we need to keep pressing on till we at least … Continue reading

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