Interview with Carol McMillan

Interview with Carol McMillan

CAROL MCMILLAN, Ph.D., is an anthropologist who loves language. She started writing poetry as soon as she could form sentences on a sheet of blank paper. Soon after college, Carol joined an entomology expedition camping across the southern half of Africa. For her...

Joining TikTok

Probably I’m just oppositional. But the idea of Congress blocking freedom of speech was enough to make me dive in to TikTok. I’ve got a lot of learning to do! But if you’re feeling patient and are already on the platform, please come find me there....
Ten Books on Writing Every Author Should Read

Ten Books on Writing Every Author Should Read

My collection of books on writing is growing by the day. It was hard to pick favorites, but here are a few. I’d love to hear your own thoughts on these, or others I may not know about! 1. “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft” by Stephen King Part memoir, part...
Interview with Kelli Mechelke

Interview with Kelli Mechelke

Kelli Mechelke writes about growing up with a gay father in a fundamentalist community. Kelli is passionate about helping the Church learn how to love the LGBTQ+ community better and narrowing the divide between the two communities. She is a participant in The...
The Zoo

The Zoo

In the depths of a Wisconsin winter, 2022, Janna and I decided to join the New York City Midnight Short Story Challenge, a creative writing challenge that tests your skills, imagination, and endurance. The competition consists of four rounds, each with a different...
Death of a Pseudonym

Death of a Pseudonym

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Pseudonym. Pseudonym who? Pseudonym? More like, pseudon’t use one if you want to keep your readership! Well, folks, it’s official. After trying to hide behind the mysterious moniker of A.G. Bennett (a name chosen late on a...

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