BIW Member Interview Andrea Buginsky is a 33-year-old freelance writer. She graduated from the University of S. Florida in May 2007 with a BA in Mass Communications-Journalism. She is disabled, and enjoys writing articles and short stories from the comfort of home. Moe: When did you know you wanted to be a writer? Andrea Buginsky: […]
BIW Member Interview Edie Dykeman is a freelance writer, blogger, caregiver, and newly anointed grandmother. She loves to read and write, and has combined the two by creating a wonderful home-based business. In her spare time, she enjoys keeping in touch with family and friends. Moe: When did you know you wanted to be a […]
BIW Member Interview Janice Wiley-Dorn has won the Greater Augusta (GA) Arts Council’s Porter Fleming Competition twice and many other awards. Her short stories have appeared in literary periodicals, including The Rambler. She teaches creative writing online and leads two critique groups in Alabama. Moe: When did you know you wanted to be a writer? […]
A friend of mine sent me this today and I’m almost positive that any writer with cats can relate to this in some form. I’m never too busy for a little humor. Enjoy!
My Summer of Southern Discomfort is Stephanie Gayle´s first novel. This Somerville, Massachusetts native is a MIT Administrative Assistant at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by day and a writer by night; although she likes