1/29/23 I just might despise the daily practice mantra. That’s right. I’m saying it. I’m acknowledging it. And I’m giving myself permission: it’s really okay to hate the taste of this ‘medicine.’ What I haven’t decided yet is if it works. Writing Daily Both Julia Cameron and Natalie Goldberg swear by it. Both prescribe to … Continue reading I just might Despise the Daily Writing Practice
apparently we’re in the age of ‘play at your own risk,’ and I’m supposed to move forward and not worry about any of the rest of you. And that is so weird to me. That we emerged from the most devastating outbreak since the 1920s even more selfish than when we entered.
Prompt 1: How do you feel about Resolutions? Prompt 2: What's a guilty pleasure for you? For our mini-craft lesson, we discussed the pesky comma. jan-quick-comma-lesson-for-writing-group-Download
I make fun of writers who blog about the creative drive. I poke fun of folks who pontificate on and on as if they’ve figured s*** out. Here I am, being an a**hole, writing about the creative drive–but I’m going to be honest and assure you that I have NO IDEA what I’m doing.
Road Church began as a concept introduced by Erica Baker--and April became fascinated by the "vestibule" of the car and all it's possibilities. This appeared as a mini-chapbook for River City Poetry, a Wichita-based online poetry journal, which April currently edits. The poem is now available here, in its entirety. Both images are the work … Continue reading Road Church