Write on the River - the annual writers' conference in Wenatchee - held many moments of joy. Mostly, for me, it was leading a workshop and helping about thirty other writers connect with their imaginations to move their creative work forward. But it also meant getting time with my mom, meeting other authors, seeing the … Continue reading The power of the imagination
Mark your calendars, North Central Washington peeps - I am thrilled to be one of the workshop facilitators at Write on the River, May 13-15. On Saturday afternoon, I'll engage a bunch of writers in exploring the power of our imaginations to fuel our creativity. Write on the River - May 13-15 in Wenatchee, Washington Also presenting: … Continue reading Workshop: Write on the River
My contribution to the Writers' Vineyard this month is about getting re-acquainted with the story I wrote last fall as I help it seek an audience. Update: the agent I met with at the Write on the River conference this weekend wants me to send her the first 3 chapters! Guess what I'm doing this … Continue reading Getting Re-acquainted
Many thanks to Leita A. Crossfield of Write on the River, Wenatchee Washington's own annual spring writing conference, for this interview in the Wenatchee World newspaper. I lived in Wenatchee when I was A LOT younger. It's cool to be in my "hometown" paper. Read it... and find out my age, among other tidbits!