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I was thrilled to be a part of the Invisible Vision Project’s interview series! My huge thanks to the creator, Xin Sun!
Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog, and welcome back to another episode of Guest Blogger Interview. Currently we are at episode #5! Today’s guest blogger is Susan Richardson, she is a poet and a writer that also happens to be blind. Her blog is called: Stories From the Edge of Blindness. Without further ado, let’s get right into the interview!
- Please briefly introduce yourself.
First, I want to thank Xin Sun for this incredible opportunity to be a part of her interview series. It is a huge honor!
My name is Susan Richardson. I am a poet and writer living in the belly of Hollywood. I also have Retinitis Pigmentosa, am legally blind and write a blog called Stories from the Edge of Blindness.
- What are your hobbies and interests?
I love to read poetry and fiction, and have also recently gotten into listening to podcasts, primarily…
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It was my pleasure and honor to be asked by Bryan to be a guest on his blog while he has been recovering from knee surgery. Bryan is an extraordinary writer and a truly good person, who I am grateful to have as a friend, teacher and mentor! He will be back next week and if you by chance haven’t had the pleasure of reading his blog, pop over and check it out; you will be so glad you did!
I want to thank the people who took the time to guest post on my blog. These past two weeks my mind has not been in a writing mode. With the help of K.M. Allan, J.A. Sullivan, Paul and Susan, you’ve kept this little blog of mine going.
I cannot thank you enough.
On a personal note I am now off Oxycodone and because of that my writer’s mind has returned. Life will return to normal next week as I return to my blog and my second novel.
Get ready for some really cool hospital stories.
Until then I would like to introduce a favorite person of mine who will be sharing her thoughts on my Friday’s post.
I remember the day I met Susan. I was reading a post from a blog that I follow. I remember commenting on the topic and decided to see…
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