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Letters for my Little Sister | A collection of letters

September 16, 2014


“Her little sister is so lucky,” says my 10-year-old daughter, earlier this evening, as I was explaining one of Sable Books’ latest releases to our beloved piano teacher.  As I got home, I realized I hadn’t shared it with all of you. Letters for my Little Sister began as a real letter — one that […]

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Writing for Peace

September 3, 2014


I have proudly accepted the role and honor as a member of the advisory panel for Writing for Peace.  If you are not aware of this fine organization, run by Carmel Mawle, here is their mission statement: Through education and creative writing, Writing for Peace seeks to cultivate the empathy that allows minds to open to new cultural views, to […]

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2013/2014 WWOT Events Calendar & Readings

July 19, 2014

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What has Al Maginnes, Jim Clark, Richard Krawiec, Howard Lemuel Craft, Celisa Steele, Sarah Lindsay, Anna Weaver, Benjamin Molini, Crystal Simone Smith, Terri Kirby Erickson, Helen Losse, and more? The fall/spring season of readings at Tate Street Coffee House. To say we’re excited is an understatement. Mark…

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Honorary Mention | Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition

May 9, 2014


I am thrilled to share with you that my poem, “At the End,” won Honorary Mention in the Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition, from the North Carolina Writers’ Network.  This year’s judge was Jillian Weise.  I am humbled and honored to find myself in the company of the esteemed winning poets: Alan Michael Parker of Davidson is […]

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January 11 | FABULOUS Creative Writing Workshop with Debra Kaufman

December 18, 2013


January 11, 2014 is the first of the 2014 Writers’ Series of WWOT Writing Workshops.  It promises to be inspiring and productive! ** PLEASE NOTE ** This event is open to the general public. Advance registration is required. Writers from all groups and genres welcome! Cost for the two hour workshop is $25. This will be a productive […]

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Published in Iodine Poetry Journal

September 23, 2013


Pleased and honored to have a poem included in the current issue of Iodine Poetry Journal.  I am in the company of some very fine poets like Debra Kaufman, Joe Mills, and David Radavich. Find out how to purchase one here.

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Women Writers of the Triad and Tate Street Coffeehouse announce Second Saturdays

July 17, 2013


Women Writers of the Triad is pleased to announce Second Saturdays at Tate Street Coffee House, starting in August. Mark your calendars for wonderful evenings of poetry and community. We’ll have Featured Poets* followed by open mic. Come out and support the amazing talent in the area and have a wonderful evening. Starts at 7:00pm, […]

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Great literary happenings over the next two weeks in the Triad

June 14, 2013


Okay, lots of good stuff happening: Tomorrow is the Soul Collage and Writing Workshop. Judith Behar, Donna Anthony, Kim Goldstein and myself will be facilitating. Cost is nominal. Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll put you in touch with Judith. Monday, June 17, is Monday Night Poetry at the Central Branch of the […]

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For June | Women Writers of the Triad Monthly Meeting

June 4, 2013


Women Writers of the Triad is honored that Jacinta White will be joining us to talk about The Word Project.    Sunday, June 9, 3:00-5:00pm Deep Roots Market.  Come early and grab a bite to eat.

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Keith Flynn Poetry Workshop Coming to Greensboro

May 20, 2013


This is a phenomenal opportunity to spend a few hours writing with Keith Flynn and other area writers. Join us for an afternoon of ideas and rhythms to jumpstart the creative process. Sunday, June 2, 2013, 2:00-5:00pm, Kathleen Clay Edwards Branch of the Greensboro Public Library Cost $25  | Register at Eventbrite here. The photographer, […]

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