Monthly Archives: July 2017

A new essay in “Past-Ten”: on memory and miscarriage

A few months ago, a writer/author/teacher/editor friend of mine, the lovely Donald Quist, asked me to submit a piece to his online journal, Past-Ten. Past-Ten is a wonderful publication that asks the question, “What were you doing on this day … Continue reading

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New column: “Her name was Amelia Earhart”

I have loved Amelia Earhart since I was 8 years-old. I met her in a book. Amelia, womanhood, courage, flight, mystery and more are the topics of my column this week in The Greenville News. I hope y’all enjoy it. … Continue reading

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New column: “Summer house projects and the best laid plans”

Summer is a wide-open, fancy-free period of time just waiting to be filled with countless house projects. Right? Right? Ha. Well, I am always tempted to plan away when it comes to summer. This year, there are so many things … Continue reading

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