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Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.

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Fiction

Honoring Writers – Suzanne Craig – Whytock

I have come across so many talented, kind and generous writers during my time on WP; I am proud to be a part of such an incredible community. There are so many of you who I want to write about,... Continue Reading →

In A Word

I am not here. Really. I am taking a break, working on (now 2 projects) with March 15 deadlines, but I read something yesterday that I absolutely had to share. Suzanne Craig-Whytock, is, in a word, AMAZING!!!! You may know... Continue Reading →

Ships and Travelers and Feathers

I am overcome with emotion and joy today at the publication of my dear friend, Sarah Doudna's poetry and fiction in the current issue of Mojave Heart Review.  Sarah's voice is saturated with  a richness of clarity and an aching... Continue Reading →

Stretching my Voice

I write because it is how my brain translates life.  I write fiction because I want to stretch my voice and try new things.  I write non fiction because I want to tell my story in ways that will hopefully... Continue Reading →

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