Category Archives: More Stuff for Writers

Everything You Wanted to Know about Memoir (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Recording of August 5th Memoir Writing Q & A with Theo Pauline Nestor This event has now passed, but you can listen to the recording by clicking on the video above.   Hi All, I am hosting a (free!) Q … Continue reading

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What I’m Digging Right Now #5

I love this time of year! My two yearlong classes* have wrapped up, and while I’m still coaching and teaching a few classes, I’m mostly reading, writing, getting my yard under control, and hanging out with friends and family. So, … Continue reading

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How to Write a Memoir Book Proposal (That Stands a Chance)

Learn how to write a memoir book proposal. Continue reading

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Last-day-of-School Advice for Writers

My two yearlong classes met for their final class meetings this week. We still have our class readings ahead (Many thanks to University Bookstore and Elliott Bay Book Company), but the classroom work is officially behind us. A number of … Continue reading

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What I’m Digging Right Now #4

¬†Alison Bechdel Right now I’m preparing to teach a new course called “Writing the Self” at Seattle University where I’ll be a visiting writer next winter. We’ll be examining the autobiographical impulse in multiple literary genres, including graphic novels. I … Continue reading

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What I’m Digging Right Now

Daveed Diggs. I don’t have a ton of regrets, but I do rue the fact that I missed the chance to see Hamilton¬† with its original cast. Last summer my daughters and I–along with millions of others–became obsessed with the … Continue reading

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What I’m Digging Right Now

1. Strathmore Watercolor Postcards. It could be a little intimidating to break out the paints after a decade of dormancy and start in on a full-size canvas or even a regular sheet of paper. But these 4×6 postcards provide the … Continue reading

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