Once in a while a review helps you understand your own book better, and that is the case for Beth McDermott’s review of Partial Genius for RHINO. I am so grateful for Beth’s insights, and know that I will return to this review in the future when needing encouragement. For a minute I wondered, would it be weird to print out a review and frame it? I may just have to do that with this one.
Month: October 2019
Major Florida Gratitude Post
Though I’m grateful to be home and back with my family and students, the first leg of my Florida Literary Arts Coalition Writer’s Circuit was a memorable trip. What a delight to speak with so many new writers, and to hang out with poetry and fiction colleagues from various institutions. One of my favorite parts of the tour (aside from marveling at the landscape) was getting to feel like a writer among writers again. So much thanks to FLAC, and to all of the organizations and individuals who made this tour a possibility. My heart is as warm as the weather was down there–a sultry 90 degrees with abundant sun.