Monthly Archives: December 2016

Slow Writing: Why I Write At A Snail’s Pace

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by Jennifer Karchmer This is an excerpt from Jennifer’s upcoming book,“Take (Your) Time To Write: The Path to Peaceful Writing,” based on the concept of slow writing. I’ve always been a slow writer. In the 1990s, at my first job as a reporter, I would take hours to finish just a 500-word column that should […]

Give Me a Topic and I’ll Write You a Story

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by Jared McVay I’ve been writing stories and doing storytelling for quite a few years now and whenever I do a session, storytelling or book signing, I’m always asked, where do I get my inspiration, and I say, “Give me a topic and I’ll write you a story, it’s that easy.” But I guess that’s […]

In honor of those at Standing Rock

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by C.J. Prince She wakened, ears pricked to threatening men’s voices outside her small cabin deep in the harsh San Bernardino mountains.  Fists pounded on the wooden structure.  In darkness she reached for the shotgun, cocked and shot through the flimsy walls and walked outside. “I’ll shoot your goddam balls off, sheriff , if you […]

Attention All RWB NaNoWriMo Writers!

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Dear Fellow Writer, Congratulations on your contribution to this year’s NaNoWriMo Red Wheelbarrow round robin novel Special Collections! Now it’s time to celebrate with a reading at Village Books next Friday, December 9, at 7 pm!   Please respond AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, but no later than Tuesday, December 6, and let us know whether or not you […]