Monthly Archives: February 2016

AWP Mentorship Program: Writer to Writer

I am excited to have been selected as a mentee in the AWP Mentorship Program,  matched with mentor Gail Folkins, a writer in Seattle, who calls herself a “writer of place” – the reason we are a good pair. There were … Continue reading

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Bramblings and Redpolls: a lesson in being present

There are redpolls around, small birds with a blush of red across the top of their creamy, streaky chest. I know this now. But it makes me fairly certain that yes, there were a couple of bramblings around as well. Both … Continue reading

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