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Amalgam

tree limb shadows remind her of octopus tentacles she likes everything balanced tight like a stack of bricks she thinks prairies should be fence free nothing makes her madder than a cheat’s mouth talking trash except maybe the amalgam  of … Continue reading

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Like Hemingway

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I recently read A Moveable Feast written by Ernest Hemingway about his early years in Paris.  He shares memories of himself and other writers living in or visiting Paris during the years he lived in Europe.  The book … Continue reading

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Yielding

Once a month, I meet with three or four writer friends for dinner and sharing our work.  We decided to give ourselves a prompt for next month and Becky (writes like a female Stephen King and started our group) chose the … Continue reading

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Interview with Australian author Benjamin Grant Mitchell

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to author Benjamin Grant Mitchell.  Ben is special to me because he was the first blogger to comment on my debut post at Later, Miss Slater.  I was excited because he was a writer from the other … Continue reading

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