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Blogs by Guests

  • Alison Watt

    The story of the story As I write I am in the middle of a book tour, for my novel

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  • Andrea MacPherson

    In the darkroom I’ve been thinking about theme a lot lately. Partly because theme can be one of the most

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  • Ania Szado

    A room of one's own—with a locked door I live in a house of rooms without doors or whose doors,

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  • Ann Elizabeth Carson

    Speaking Out Uncovering unspoken voices. This has been a consistent theme in my lifelong work as psychotherapist, author, artist and

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  • Ann Eriksson

    Mammabe Writer When my son was four I made an appointment with a creative writing prof (I won’t mention any

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  • Ayelet Tsabari

    The Best Place on Earth“Writers and travelers are mesmerized alike by knowing of their destinations.” Eudora Welty.Sometimes, toward the end

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  • Barbara Lambert

    The Butterfly, the Cathedral, the Stranger at the Gate When Gail kindly invited me to do a guest post, we

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  • Bill Stenson

    Unpatented Art If one can ignore the first five minutes of every news broadcast, it is easy to believe we

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  • Brenda Leifso

    A confession: my second book of poetry is coming out in 6 weeks, and I’m afraid. I’m afraid of bad

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  • Caitlin Hicks

    This Is Who I Am Everyone was there, including my mother’s sister, who hadn’t died yet. All my siblings and

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Gail's Blogs

  • A room not entirely of one's own

    I think most readers are surprised to find that a great many of us writers

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  • A Writer's Day

    Lilian Nattel's guest blog on time management strategies for writers got me thinking about the

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  • A Writer's Resolution

    After reading events, or when I teach workshops, the question I most often get is,

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  • Commercial vs literary

    I've just recently moved to a new community, and I've been meeting a lot of

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  • Facing Critique and Rejection

    Writing can be a discouraging business, full of rejection. We get rejection letters, we get

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