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Stuff I’ve Figured Out Along The Way

Every so often I repeat this post–one of my favorite pieces on writerly advice. First posted in April, 2013. This is one of those blog posts that usually gets an appalling title like “Advice to Young Writers”. We’ll call it … Continue reading

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Something about spring

The vernal equinox was last week in this hemisphere, and something about the coming of spring stirs us up from our winter slumbers. Everything that seemed cozy and warm and needful in the winter seems cumbersome and thick now. It’s … Continue reading

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Creativity now!

Since I’ve been wittering on about process a bit this month, this post deserves a rerun. It’s very easy to get stuck in the midwinter doldrums if you live in the northern hemisphere. It’s grey, it’s gloomy, we don’t want … Continue reading

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In which we’re getting creative up in here

So the reason I went to New Mexico was to deliver my inaugural workshop on creativity. Which is a fancy way of saying I went to give a creativity workshop for THE VERY FIRST TIME EVER OH MY GOD SCARY. … Continue reading

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