I am honored to have been interview again by the fabulous folks at Women on Writing. We spoke of writing humor and trying not to lose it completely when our kids start playing instruments.
You can read the essay the interview is about here.
And the interview itself here.
My deepest gratitude to WOW for all they do for writers. Come for the writing guidance, stay for the outstanding fiction and non-fiction!
Appropriately, or maybe not, I feel like I’ve graduated. Moved on. Next steps. Milestones. Caps and Gowns and Pants optional.
After the Second Great Office Flood on April 30, having to sort through papers, toss out old versions of myself, and write at the kitchen table, I’m finally back in my office. I feel much more official and slightly less fraudulent now that there isn’t a pile of laundry to fold mere inches from my laptop. Continue reading June 2018 Month in Review – Cramming and Graduation (Not in That Order)