Read the latest on City of Ladies and the roles of women in Tudor England! Many thanks to Nicole Evelina and the HNS reviewers for all of their hard work and dedication to historical fiction. Click here to read the … Continue reading →
The new review of City of Ladies is now on the Broken Teepee site! About the Book: It’s midwinter in 1539, and former nun, Catherine Havens Overton, has just given birth to her second child, a daughter. The convent in … Continue reading →
Thank you to Maria Grace for allowing me to do this interview for her website. She is always fun and fascinating, and I’m proud to have worked with her. Click on the link below to read it all! Writing Superheroes!
Read all about the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association conference, which was held in Arlington, VA, the weekend of 19-21 September 2014. It was a great time–and a different kind of meeting for this creative writer! Click here to go … Continue reading →
Read the new issue of West Branch, featuring poetry by JP Grasser and Emilia Phillips, fiction by Gabriel Urza, and my own review-essay of contemporary poets. Click on the link to read it all! http://www.bucknell.edu/WestBranchWired
In Brief: Manners and Customs (Curts[e]y) When a woman sinks to the ground before monarch or noble(wo)man, does she curtsy or curtsey? The form without the “e” seems to be more common, certainly more common nowadays (when we seldom do … Continue reading →
TANSY The herb tansy has long been cultivated in Europe for its beauty, but it also has culinary and medicinal uses. The flowers are bright and lovely and last very well in flower arrangements, both fresh and dried. The leaves … Continue reading →