Tell a Story or Two

by Laura Williams The Three Little Bears, The Bernstein Bears, and Dr. Seuss were the formative books at four years old. In fact, many of these books have teeth marks in them where I chewed the covers. I’d like to think this occurred because the books were so...

In Honor of William Carlos Williams

And in the wake of National Poetry Writing Month. Here is a poem by our very own Linda Lambert   But first… The Red Wheelbarrow (1923) by William Carlos Williams   so much depends upon   a red wheel barrow   glazed with rain...

The Shape of the Soul

For Easter, we wanted to feature a poem by one of our members who offers some thoughts on the question: What is the shape of the soul? Rody Rowe says he awoke with these words on his heart. Thank you, Rody, for sharing this meditation with us. “The Shape of the...

How About a Writing Prompt?

We had so much fun writing collectively for NaNoWriMo, that we thought maybe another collective writing project was in order. How about a writing prompt? Here’s how it would work: 1. You write a piece (fiction, non-fiction, or poetry) inspired by the writing...

What If We All Bloomed

Victoria Doerper, one of our faithful RWB writers, sat down Sunday morning and a poem came to her—a poem about our community. Thank you for sharing your gift with us, Victoria! Here it is: What if We All Bloomed What if we all bloomed Truth What if push and...

No Rest for the Writer

by Laura Kalpakian November has closed, NO REST FOR THE WICKED, Takes One and Two are finished, we’ve had our fine moment at Village Books with the reading. However, unfortunately, we didn’t get a chance to talk about what we–collectively and singly–learned...

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