Interview with Annalisa Parent, author of Storytelling for Pantsers
Our speaker for Sunday September 19th Annalisa Parent helps writers to finish, publish and sell their novels. She owns and operates Date with the Muse, LLC, which helps storytellers to publish traditionally at the highest level possible. A Teacher of the Year nominee for her use of neuroscience principles, she applies these same principles to her work with writers to create confidence, ...
Interview with Featured Member Lily Iona-MacKenzie
Lily Iona MacKenzie Raised on the Canadian Prairies, under cumulous clouds that bloomed everywhere in Alberta’s big sky, Lily Iona MacKenzie soon realized that all objects are in motion, waiting for stories to illuminate them. They were herfirst creative writing instructors, scudding across the heavenly blue, constantly changing shape: one minute an elephant, bruised and brooding. The next ...
Meet Poet and Featured Member Ananya Dhawan
Poet Ananya Dhawan Ananya Dhawan is a young, spirited woman who has grew up in an around the Northern Hills in India. She is in love with the written word and spends most of her time immersed in books. Writing for her is a meditative experience. She likes to push her limits and challenge herself. Ananya holds a Masters in English Literature, and a certificate each in language skills and ...
Interview with featured author Tim Jollymore (meet him this Sunday)
In this interview, this Sunday's featured member Tim Jollymore draws on experience and insight to share his take on what writing and “the writing boom” is about. This author of five books contemplates the bigger writerly questions, such as: What steps to take and reflections to make are needed before one can understand what path to follow?
Three Questions for Political Writer Kacey Carpenter
Kacey Carpenter is a community organizer, volunteer, technology innovator, parent, author, and our April Featured Member. Carpenter published his first book, My Journey with Bernie and is working on his second book, Ready, Set, Go Playbook for Candidates, Campaigns, and Causes. In today's post, we ask him three questions about the writer's life.