Book Club Pick: The Lathe of Heaven

Book Club Pick: The Lathe of Heaven

As I’m sure many of you know, The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin has been around for a long time. Originally published in 1971, it’s a science-fiction classic that has more than stood the test of time. […]

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Politics Of Art; or, Don’t Piss Off Writers

Politics Of Art; or, Don’t Piss Off Writers

Politics here in the US have become a circus at best, and a nightmare most of the time. To borrow a friend’s brilliant expression: it is a Trumpster fire. When millions of lives – to one extent or another – […]

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Twitter Wisdom, Well Timed and Much Needed

Twitter Wisdom, Well Timed and Much Needed

I’ve had downtime in the last week, and with downtime comes Twitter scrolling. Lots of Twitter scrolling. And in the writing world, some great wisdom keeps popping up. Wisdom #1: The myth that you have to write every day in […]

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Formative Stories

Formative Stories

Have you ever taken a look back over the formative stories in your life and how those influences your writing? Or your sense of self? I have a theory. All those early books and stories you are exposed to, the […]

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Passion for Writing

Passion for Writing

When I was in junior high (middle school to some of you), writing became my ultimate form of entertainment. I didn’t watch much TV and the internet wasn’t nearly as addictive as it is now (besides, I was SLOW on […]

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My Name is Kate, and I have Journal Anxiety

My Name is Kate, and I have Journal Anxiety

I’ve been flip-flopping on writing about my journal anxiety for a while. Part of it was the shame of feeling like a failure. But when I was talking with former Inkette Jessica Corra, I found someone who felt the same […]

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