by Kristen Holt-Browning This is some town: last year, I received a notification from the library that a book I had requested had come in and was ready for me to pick up. As I walked in, I happened to run into an acquaintance, a fellow PTA mom at our kids' school. She asked what … Continue reading Clarity, with a Certain Descriptive Flair: Interview with Nate Chinen
It occured to me recently that a playwright is a potential job creator, for specific types of people. That got me thinking.
Like many writers, I hit a snag when writing my first novel and was overcome with feelings of self-doubt. I thought my project was doomed, until I learned about the universal law of three, and a deeper truth about the creative process was revealed to me.
When I signed up in late October 2016 I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. NanoWriMo isn’t just a writing challenge, it’s a bootcamp, social network, learning platform, and Fitbit for words all-in-one.
Interview by Julie Chibbaro Beacon, N.Y. is a small but fertile city. We have lots of fresh food and creative people. When those two come together, the results can be magical. Emily and Matt Clifton are two such creative people. They're not professional chefs, but they love to cook, and they've managed to share their … Continue reading Beacon’s Own Nerds with Knives: Emily and Matt Clifton