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AFTER A DAY WITH WRITERS

There’s nothing like spending an entire day with 80 or 90 writers to inspire one to write. Though I’ve never suffered from writer’s block, I’m some days not so eager to put words on paper as I am other days. … Continue reading

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FALL WORKSHOP SUCCESSFUL

Saturday I welcomed a dozen eager writers who had registered to take my fall workshop. We always meet at Ozark Folkways, a non-profit organization that preserves native crafts and anything about the Ozarks. The shop is an old historical rock … Continue reading

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