Monthly Archives: July 2012
Thank you Patricia Duff, author of the very nice article on Whidbey Art Source – and ace photographer. Here’s our first group photo. Nicely done Patricia. Read her regular Duff ‘n Stuff posts.
Another perspective is frequently valuable. Patricia Duff of Whidbey Art Source interviewed the three of us about the upcoming workshop. Nicely done Patricia. (Wish I could grab the photo of the three of us.) Here’s the link: Duff ‘n Stuff … Continue reading
I just returned from dinner with a writer who has published the traditional way (paper). I told him about the 21st century (!) and publishing advantages to go on-line. He had some understanding of that procedure and had searched for … Continue reading
On Saturday and Sunday we held our last two “coffee conversations” in Freeland and Coupeville. It was great to have a chance to meet some of the writers who are interested in the August self-publishing weekend. Every writer has a … Continue reading
Starting to get ready? I am. As next month’s inaugural Madrona workshop gets closer, I am getting closer to Molly and Wynn. We’ve been meeting with ourselves and others (and thanks to those who dropped by and visited). We are … Continue reading
When I teach writing workshops, I point out that there are just two rules for writing: 1. Get the words down and 2. Fix them. Getting the words down is the easiest part for most writers. This is the creative … Continue reading