Monthly Archives: January 2014
By Violet Suta Moran Elderly Hildegard is a favorite of our family. It’s strange that we have such warm, sentimental feelings toward her. After all, she has a lot of quirks. But I guess her constant presence at many of our … Continue reading
Read about the latest addition to my “First ____ , First Person” memoir writer’s salons here.
by Nancy Eberle I’ve been writing fairly seriously for about a year now. Though by seriously I don’t, of course, mean I’m doing it as a job, or that I’ve actually earned any money doing it. But seriously enough that … Continue reading
Sitting in Atlanta GA at a temperate 39 degrees this morning, and seeing that the weather in Madison WI is back to a seasonal 12 degrees or so (above zero this time), it feels odd to post about the cold. … Continue reading
The stories of our lives connect generations and communities. That’s a priceless gift, one anyone can create, with guidance. Small group workshops are a great way to get started and stay motivated. Check out my new schedule of Spring workshops … Continue reading
By Susan Daugherty The summer of 1970 after I had been living and working in London for over a year, my friend Pam came over to Europe to travel with me. We had no money, so we decided to rent … Continue reading