Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Artist In All Of Us

At the end of the year, many people take stock. Artists do, too. For us, this self-assessment can take various forms. Did I create new work this year? Did I have any successes? Did I keep my vision for my … Continue reading

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The Other Thing . . .

. . . that I’m most grateful for, in addition to the writers groups that offer so much substantive help is: electronic submissions. I remember looong¬†ago, at writer’s conferences, you always could tell a raw beginner when they would ask, … Continue reading

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Talk About Grateful. . .

I didn’t write a post about being grateful at Thanksgiving, but now’s the time. I had coffee¬†a few days ago with a friend who has her own business in a different field from mine. She had mentioned she was planning … Continue reading

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Work?

Mark Twain has a wonderful quote in Tom Sawyer after the scene where Tom has seduced his friends into helping him whitewash the fence. “Work consists of whatever a body is OBLIGED to do, and that Play consists of whatever … Continue reading

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