Image via Flickr by Mike Bitzanhofer Our regularly scheduled comic will be interrupted today. My apologies. Well, no. I’m not sorry, just like Susan Woodring.
by Laurel Dowswell Sara Jadid dreams of a peaceful world. One filled with flying doves instead of exploding bombs. A world of unity, where the
by Emily Ramser November is here, and in the writing world, it has practically become synonymous with the phrase “National Novel Writing Month,” or as
My piano playing has improved. I have advanced from the children’s books to the adult ones. I have begun to play the black keys and
“It is seductive to believe that greatness is destiny or the byproduct of prodigy. We want to believe that the best among us were always that way, because it means we are, perhaps, our best already. And maybe we are—maybe the potentiality of what gets called virtuoso in someone is not in all of us, or at least, not in all of us plus the circumstances in which we find ourselves.” ~ Laura Jean Moore
by Rosalyn Marhatta Writers toil in the vineyard of words, often under a fluorescent sun, sitting at a laptop or holding a notebook, hypnotized by a