After posting “10 Reasons to Start Blogging” on Sunday, June 21, I went to bed as usual, around 11 p.m., My Salinger Year in hand, and quickly dozed off. I dreamt that night that small alien beings had crawled into my bed, planted probes in my brain, and surgically implanted transmitters beneath my skin that [...]
Sorry for the absence this month. After completing a big editing job, I spent last week planning field trips, coloring and hiding eggs, and designing scavenger hunts. This week the kids were on spring break, so I decided—in addition to having them home all week—that I would paint half the interior of the house. Mission [...]
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At AWP in February, one of the best panels I attended was titled “What’s a PhD in Creative Writing Worth?” The conclusions I drew after hearing each panelist speak were:
A) You should only get a PhD in Creative Writing if you plan to teach and [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]