2020 was, to put it lightly, a helluva year in many, many ways. It was filled with change and tragedy, anxiety, isolation, and for me, an intense creative drive to keep moving forward while the world seemed to hold still.
The musings of an author reliving the memorable sounds of 2020 and the deeper meanings they hold as an eerie song emerges from the ambulance sirens, dogs, birds, and cicadas…
It’s hard to believe it’s time for reflections and new beginnings again. Here’s a look back at my adventures and accomplishments this past year.
The sun has set on 2018, and with multiple publications added to my résumé, it was a year to remember!
I think my experiences as an artist translate into visual metaphors for my journey as a writer and life in general….
The first edition of Voices literary journal was published this year, and a week ago on the seventeenth of May, the Lubeznik […]
If I’m going to be honest, I am a little disappointed I wasn’t able to announce a partnership with a […]
I invite you to close your eyes. Push away the panic-laden thoughts about money, bills, presents, work, deadlines….
Excerpts from my journal, a day-by-day recounting of my week at The Clearing in Ellison Bay, Wisconsin for a writing workshop
I would like to pause and thank the select group of teachers who inspired me to learn and grow into the writer I am today….