Approach the video from a non-fiction standpoint by answering the question, “Is it worth the trip?” Or from the fiction standpoint of discovering (or having to discover) a new home. There is a lot of great information for new world writers in this 20 minute movie from Space Rip:
Bird lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and eighteen-year-old son who is about to enter graduate school. Her latest release How Perfect is That will be released this summer. I hope you enjoy reading about this witty and entertaining author.
One has to wonder how a married mother of three who works as the editor of a literary website and teaches creative writing at two universities in Toronto still finds the time (and energy) to write. It may have taken a while but
The Sami Rohr Prize for emerging Jewish writers was recently awarded for Tamar Yellin’s novel The Genizah at the House of Shepher (also awarded the Ribalow Prize). Her collection of stories, Kafka in Bronteland, received the Reform Judaism…
Twelve novels, two short story collections, a non-fiction book, and one of a two-volume project on Becoming a Writer stand as an honorable reflection of this author’s career. Gail Godwin, a three-time National Book Award nominee, has been writing