Regular readers of Pamwrites know that though I am a breast cancer survivor, I’ve had some issues with the omnipresent pink ribbons which will soon be coloring our world. When I learned that the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition (WBCC) has a goal of changing the discussion from beyond the pink ribbon (awareness and screening) to [...]Read more »
Posts tagged 'Kim Suhr'
As regular readers of this blog know, I’m kind of a pusher – or as some of my friends call me, a “Submit It Nag” – for writers to share their work. Women writers, in particular, often have to work hard to overcome a fear of rejection and failure. Those fears can play into both [...]Read more »
At many writing conferences, there’s an opportunity to share work in open mic type forums, in addition to sometimes reading in the workshop itself. I’ve been fortunate enough to get a lot of practice over the years through RedBird RedOak Writing in Milwaukee; and thankfully, I’m often complimented on my delivery. So…. how do you [...]Read more »
It's been a while since we've had an author visit along with the accompanying 100 word prompt response. I hope you'll enjoy this conversation with Susan Tepper and Robert Vaughan — both prolific publishers of, and champions for, great flash fiction. google sniper Susan Tepper is the author of four published books. Her most recent [...]Read more »
Happy 2012 one and all! And, why you might ask am I waiting until the fourth of the month to post a New Year's Writing resolution post? Because I needed to think about it more, because I was waiting for some responses (explanation to follow), because I was traveling, visiting family and happily doing all [...]Read more »
I think of writing prompts as being to a writer what practicing is to a musician. I often begin my writing sessions with a short prompt write — sometimes, those prompts evolve into longer stories, or become scenes, sometimes not. Lately on this blog, I’ve been having fun with microfiction and prompts, inviting friends I’ve met [...]Read more »