baking for writers
Though this be madness, yet there is method in 't.
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YOU MAY SEE A STRANGER
A young woman struggles with an unplanned pregnancy.
Sexual and racial tensions in a classroom threaten to explode as a young teen faces choices that will haunt her in adulthood.
TRUE CONFESSIONS OF AN AMERICAN WAIF:
Amber's Awesome Journal of Unique Observations on the Occasion of Her European Travels"
Two American teens go on their first European trip and get into trouble.
THE MIDDLE WAY
A young girl in Thailand is sold into prostitution by her mother.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
A woman is haunted by events from the past that threaten to disturb her domestic life.
A man battles neighbors to build his dream house, while his son resists the pull of the family heritage.
THE ROSE GARDEN
A psychologist confuses fantasy and reality as she travels alone for the first time after her divorce.
"CHECK, PLEASE: WHEN THE MENU IS A MINEFIELD"
Dining out with dietary issues, and Twizzlers. From the Washington Post.
“Contributor Notes” (parody)
“Reality Shows Currently in Production”
KITCHEN SINK LINKS
FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER
Washington Independent Review of Books
Washington's nonprofit online book review
My bio page, Washington Independent Review of Books
Semi-Charmed Life: Surviving at the Center of the Universe
first-person column on absurdities of suburban life
Bethesda World News
Bethesda's own parody newspaper
NPR's All Things Considered: Angst Lurks Behind the Lawn Mower (my essay)
When the Menu Is a Minefield
Washington Post Food section, on dining out with dietary issues
Ode to the Hand Dryers of La Guardia
guest post for Susan Coll's blog
Rumpus Mini-Interview #19
I interview visual artist Tim Guthrie about his unusual anti-war project.
Work-in-Progress: A blog by Leslie Pietrzyk
Explores the Creative Process
Madam Mayo's blog
Alternate Sides: A blog by Susan Coll
Adventures Along the Northeast Corridor
Writer Dionne Ford's blog
Me, Guest-Blogging About Novel-Writing
Me, Guest-Blogging About Baking for Writers
Me Again, Guest-Blogging About Tin House Summer Workshop
The Hudson Review
Poetry in the Arts
Publisher of the poetry journal, Ardent! - and fine books of poetry by invitation.
Tin House Summer Writers Workshop
Richard Peabody/Paycock Press
Women's National Book Association/DC Chapter
Hot Chicks With Douchebags
The Oracle of Bacon (Kevin, that is)
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (and great T-shirts, too)
Men Who Look Like Kenny Rogers
Yankee Pot Roast
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