I grew up with almost no music at all. Music, after all, is not words and only words counted in that world.
Posts on the writing of my upcoming book
Both Doris and Alleda developed physical strength, courage and confidence battling the waves on the beaches at Newport.
My relief in learning that “The Silver Swan” will be published next June prompts me to rejoice like old-time newspaper editors when the daily edition was put to bed.
Our culture is unjust because we, its citizens, are satisfied for it to be that way.
How to keep a spark of hope alive in our so-called democratic process? How not to drop into numbness and apathy?
Changing the title of my biography of Doris Duke, especially after more than six years of work, is a big deal.
I am blessed—and have been for six long years—in being given the responsibility of writing Doris Duke’s biography.
Come and join me and many NM Women in the Arts members and friends as we enjoy refreshments in the garden before my talk.
The witch with her broom is also the woman tossed up in a basket—the high flyer, the visionary, terrifying to many… and more necessary now than ever.
This year at the Southern Kentucky Book Fest I will be presenting a workshop on memoir writing on Friday afternoon and also be part of a nonfiction panel on Saturday morning.