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To The Cradle and Beyond: Excavating and Writing the Poetry of Motherhood

To The Cradle and Beyond: Excavating and Writing the Poetry of Motherhood This course (forthcoming again and running from January 6-January 31, 2014) draws on the ...

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Transformative Blogging

Beginning Blogging: In Person, Coronado Adult Education 2014 Dates:  Session one: Jan 9-Feb 20 7 weeks (Thursday nights from 6-8 pm), Session two: April 10-May 22 Two ...

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Writing and Excavating the Poetry of Fatherhood

Writing and Excavating the Poetry of Fatherhood Join this on-line poetry class (forthcoming and running again February 3-February 28, 2014) for a chance to mine poetry ...

Mother, Writer, Mentor: practical tips for writing moms

The Fertile Source is kicking off 2012 by expanding its offerings with a sister site. Our focus is two-fold, to offer writing courses for mothers ...

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Feral Mom Feral Writer

Literary, gritty musings on the art of raising children and surviving marriage while writing; frequently includes reveries on the writings of other women along a ...

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Print

From Saddle Road Press: November Butterfly Release Date: November 1, 2014 Available on Amazon in paperback ($15.00) or Kindle ($7.99) editions. Also available from Barnes and Noble or Powell's. Or support Saddle Road ...

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Collaborations for Bread

Sculptor Sandy Frank and I have been percolating on this project now since spring of 2009, when she asked me for a handful of poems to pen ...

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The Fertile Source

The Fertile Source publishes photos, artwork, literary essays, poems, fiction, photos and artwork on fertility-related themes. Those themes further include infertility, abortion, miscarriage, and adoption ...

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Photo Poem Montages

In seeming counter-intuition to the usual process of listening to poetry and allowing each reader to supply his or her own internal imagery, I've been ...