Don’t Do the Hustle: an Interview with Author Belinda McKeon

by Julie Chibbaro In a society where the dollar is everything, and our very existence depends on money, it’s often difficult for writers to find the time and resources to reach down deep to discover what we really want to say. This is a fact that I’ve been struggling with as an author, and it’s … Continue reading Don’t Do the Hustle: an Interview with Author Belinda McKeon

Language and Landscape

by Kristen Holt-Browning I try to hike at least a portion of the Pocket Road trail here in Beacon at least once a week. On my last couple of walks up the trail, I’ve been leaving my headphones and podcasts at home, and instead paying extra careful attention to the rapidly evolving foliage, and the … Continue reading Language and Landscape

Reading Like A Writer: The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer

By Kristen Holt Browning My inaugural post for Get Lit Beacon is the first in a series I’m calling “Reading Like A Writer.” Each month, I’ll briefly discuss a book of fiction or poetry that I’ve just read—but rather than a traditional book review, I’ll share my thoughts on what I learned from this book … Continue reading Reading Like A Writer: The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer