People often ask me, “Will you let you daughter (who is now 4) model when she grows up?” So I decided to make a video to answer the question. If you like it, please share it with your friends!
*To make a three-minute digital story of your own, visit the Center for Digital Storytelling‘s [...]
One day I mentioned to my graphic designer friend Alta Peterson that I had never backed up my blog. This was her response:
OMG you have never backed up??? This is bad…
But of the 5 quatrillion (quatrillion isn’t a real number but it sounds HUGE, doesn’t it?) blog posts I’ve read about blogging, [...]
It’s that time of year again—time to set your leprechaun traps, get your green on, and make your Irish soda bread! In memory of my mother, who left us 17 years ago this week, the easiest and best Irish soda bread ever:
4 c flour 1 1/2 t baking soda 1 [...]
I am woefully behind on everything this month after going out of town for three long weekends in a row. I took a lot of notes at AWP, however, and will be writing several blog posts as a result, one of which is “Is it Worth It to Get an PhD in Creative Writing?” I [...]
For anyone going to AWP, I will mostly be workshop hopping and wandering around the Bookfair. Follow me on Twitter @meghancward as I tweet my workshops with the hashtag #AWP14. And email me at meghan @meghanward.com if you will be there and want to meet up!
When people hear I used to model and that I wrote a memoir about modeling, they have a lot of questions. Here are the answers to the top 10 questions people ask me:
1. Did you meet a lot of celebrities?
Some. I wasn’t much of a partier, but I danced with Milli Vanilli, met [...]
I am very excited to announce that a mini ebook version of my memoir about the international modeling industry is now available from SheBooks. In fact, it’s the featured title for fashion week this week! For just $2.99 you will get the inside scoop on what it’s like to walk down the runways of Paris [...]
Today I’d like to introduce Writerland Works, original works written for Writerland readers. This week Teresa K. Miller, author of the poetry collection Sped, writes about “Getting Unstuck” as a writer.
Photo by Dalton Lasnier
Twenty minutes down the dirt road from San Gerardo, the downpour breached every seam in my jacket, and [...]