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I try to visit the Bay Area a couple of times a year. Besides loving NorCal, I still have a child living in San Francisco, which makes visiting a requisite. The San Francisco Writers Conference is the mandatory February trip, … Continue reading

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This is a photo of me attempting an eye roll. I’m no good at it anymore. You’ve heard all the writing talking heads. There is one school of thought: You’re a writer, you write. You write every day. You write … Continue reading

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While I feel writing is my artistic outlet, there are times where producing actual writing is hampered, by real life, by other interests and responsibilities, by the lack of time. This happens to be one of those two week periods … Continue reading

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A long, long time ago (holy cow, five years ago!), I wrote this article about kicking my muse to the curb. Thanks to a workshop at the San Francisco Writers Conference this year, I have changed my mind. When I … Continue reading

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