There are peaks, valleys, and devastating spirals, and it can be hard to make sense of those setbacks when you feel like you’ve already come so far. But in writing the essay, I had a reason to think clearly and intentionally about what I was going through and how I could make sense of it moving forward, and I’m proud of what I was able to do.
(Her)oics Writer Untold Story #11 Lori Jakielo
I miss my friends. I miss coffee shops, those quiet caffeine-fueled respites that seem to coddle, if not settle the monkey down. I’m grateful, of course, to have a home to huddle down in, to have my loved ones healthy. But some days, I just want to lie down in traffic.
Untold Story #10: Dr. Melba Nicholson Sullivan.
(Her)oics Launch is this week, March 11th! Please check out the book and pre-order here, and consider coming to one of our events to see the writers and hear excerpts from their pieces. I will be there as well, of course. All events are free and virtual. The first is March 11, and the second…
Untold Story #9 Talia Basma
The launch of (Her)oics grows near! Please consider coming to one of our events, starting with launch day, March 11 at Bookspiel, hosted by Regal House Publishing and West Coast Launch, March 13 in conjunction with indie bookstore, Book Passage. All events are on Zoom and free, but please register to receive the link. Talia…
The Untold Story #1
Because at a time when we still must isolate physically, stories can help us stay connected.