Posts Tagged: emotions

Writing for Personal Insight

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by Laura Rink This month I took a writing workshop with Andre Dubus III. He said just because something happened to you doesn’t mean you know what happened. You must explore, with authentic curiosity, that particular event, and your place in it. This piece of advice resonated with the insight I gained last summer while […]

Entering Her Next Incarnation

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By Susan Chase-Foster “I think all writing is a disease. You can’t stop it.” —William Carlos Williams Jennifer Wilke and I are hanging out, self-medicating our chronic literary conditions at the writers’ table upstairs in Village Books. She’s a tall, handsome woman with a broad, inviting smile. We’re both members of SOLN, a stealth writing […]