Monthly Archives: April 2016

Winner of This Week’s Book Giveaway: Family Trouble

This week’s book giveaway for a copy of Family Trouble: Memoirists on the Hazards and Rewards of Revealing Family¬†garnered lots of interest. It is evident that this is a hot topic for nonficiton writers. I wish I had copies to give to everyone who entered the giveaway. Wouldn’t it be fun to be Ellen or […]

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Book Giveaway: Family Trouble: Memoirists on the Hazards and Rewards of Revealing Family

I’ve been sick twice in the last three weeks since coming back from AWP, and I’m still recovering, so I have not had the energy to produce my regular Sunday Spotlight column. But today I feel well enough to write a blog post and keep some semblance of momentum going. I’ve been thinking these past […]

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Winner of Last Week’s Giveaway

Last week on The Sunday Spotlight, I featured the new issue of Hunger Mountain, No. 20 Edges and offered a free copy to be given away, chosen from those who left a comment on the post. As promised, I’m posting the winner today. But first I want to mention that only two people (!) entered […]

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The Sunday Spotlight: Hunger Mountain No. 20 “Edges”

The Sunday Spotlight has returned! I’m moving back into the column slowly, so rather than featuring one particular writer’s work with an interview, this week’s installment features the publication of Hunger Mountain: The VCFA Journal of the Arts’¬†newest annual print issue No. 20 “Edges,” which is fresh off the press and made its debut at […]

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The Sunday Spotlight on hiatus for AWP

The Sunday Spotlight is on a brief hiatus! I meant to post last week to give everyone a heads up that I’m taking a break and that it will indeed return! Expect the next feature in 2-3 weeks. I traveled to Los Angeles this last week for the AWP (Associated Writers & Writing Programs) conference, […]

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