Monthly Archives: March 2014

Writers’ Wisdom

I thought this was just perfect for the last Writers’ Wisdom before National Poetry Month and the 30-Day Poetry Challenge starts next week. But really, anything Leonard Cohen says is pretty much automatically perfection, non? I mean, just look at this … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“Too often people work for magazines or newspapers and are on deadline. If it takes 30 years, let it take 30 years. Stories never die. People die, of course. But some stories don’t.” Gay Talese* NMM (This great quote came … Continue reading

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Putting the ink in ‘Ink for Blood’

I’ve wanted a tattoo since I was 17 years old. For years, I pondered what I should get; for the longest time, I thought I’d get a sunflower  since they’re my absolute favorite flower. Then I toyed with the idea … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“And the idea of just wandering off to a cafe with a notebook and writing and seeing where that takes me for awhile is just bliss.” J. K. Rowling NMM

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Writers’ Wisdom

“Tell almost the whole story.” Anne Sexton NMM

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