Posts Tagged: family

Managing Relationships with Family while Writing About Them

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by Laurel Leigh  What should come first? Publishing your memoir or preserving family relationships? Sometimes writers feel they have to choose—on occasion, they do. We’ve all heard stories about what happened when the family flipped out over a memoir someone published. I am a rather reluctant memoirist. Frankly, it never occurred to me that I […]

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 […]