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Review of the First Annual Working Writers Reading

A great review of the First Annual Working Writers Reading–wherein Jubal Tiner, Ken Chamlee and I read from published and in-progress work–made the front page of Brevard College’s newspaper, The Clarion. The title of the piece, “Working writers reading a … Continue reading

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The Working Writers Reading – Thursday, April 9 at Brevard College

Hi, folks. Dropping in to let y’all know that I’ll be reading some of my published work and work-in-progress next week at Brevard College. Details: The Working Writers Reading With Ken Chamlee (poet), Jubal Tiner (short stories) and Katherine Crawford … Continue reading

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What to Read Right Now: Essays & Stories By Authors I Know

Looking for something new, wonderful, wild, funny, tragic, weird, and/or gorgeous to read? Well, I’ve got some great stuff to share. Caveat: the following essays and short stories are all by writer-friends of mine who are, like me, also graduates … Continue reading

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Today’s newspaper column: “As winter roars its last, hunker down with a good book”

Today’s column in The Greenville News is all about cozying up with a good book … perhaps one from your past. What were your favorite books as a child or teenager? What would you read again if you could? I … Continue reading

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Today’s Newspaper Column: “When you read to your children, you open up the whole of the world”

Hi, all! Today’s column is up at The Greenville News, and it’s all about reading to your kids, some of my favorite children’s books, parenting, and life in general. I do hope you enjoy, and if you do, I hope … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Whupped

Folks, I’ve been whupped: by two wonderful but needy children, by a week of no preschool due to snow–during which my 4 year-old and I both had the flu–by a job I love but is a lot of work (yes, … Continue reading

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Show & Tell Friday: September 27, 2013

Well, last week’s Show & Tell Friday was postponed due to the fact that I was at the beach with my family. And it was good to take a much-needed break from my laptop. But this week it’s back, and … Continue reading

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Reading Tonight at Brevard College

Happy Belated Thanksgiving, everyone! Hope you had a relaxing and delicious-food-filled few days with family and friends. Some news: Three other Brevard College professors and I will be reading from our recently published works (me from Keowee Valley, of course) … Continue reading

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In the Family Way… and Other News

Yep. I am with child. For more on this, check out today’s post, “In the Family Way,” over at The Writing Scott. Oh, boy.       In book news, I’m happy to announce a few upcoming events: * On … Continue reading

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