Monthly Archives: August 2012

Views and Reviews: Suggestions for School

You know you’re out of practice blogging when you realize on Monday that you forgot to blog…on FRIDAY. 😮  I’ll tell you what; the school year found me and I am not as prepared as I wanted to be!  Such is life. … Continue reading

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The Return of Newsday Tuesday

Here we are, launching into a new school year.  Isn’t it funny that when you’re a teacher (or a student) “this year” means from the end of August to about May?  Doesn’t matter that we’ll be transitioning from 2012 to … Continue reading

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Writers Seek Employment (Suggestions Here)

In light of my last post (and because preparation for teaching this fall is eating up all my time), I’m relinquishing today’s post to dear writer friends who’ve also found ways to keep living, breathing, and eating in between their … Continue reading

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Live to Write…But How Do I Live?

I just wanted to take a moment to comment on a serious issue among women playwrights (and let’s be honest, writers in general). We LOVE to write.  Maybe we even LIVE to write. But. How do we LIVE? And by … Continue reading

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