At least on Whidbey Island, creative people tend to create more than one way to express themselves and help others. Yet another reason the island’s writing community has multiple layers that support each other. Deb Lund is probably best known for her children’s books, but she’s also taught writing and coached writers, which inspired her… Read more
Welcome to the ten most popular posts, the posts that received the most traffic in 2020. Invisible Pollution – More Than A Class Project Our Libraries Our Librarians – An Interview With Vicky Welfare Meg and Kingfisher Bookstore Interview Steel Lace Apples And Editing – An Interview With Holly Thomas Gregor Rare Books – Interview A Dark Angel – An… Read more
“Life is a wave. Your attitude is your surfboard.Stay stoked & aim for the light!” Subscribers to drewslist, a much friendlier and more neighborly (and very Whidbey) version of craigslist, can recognize that as the signature at the end of each email from the service that Drew Kampion started years ago. (As Drew put it,… Read more
Pluck another apple, Eve, and finish it. Or more appropriately, “Pluck Another Apple, Eve, And Finish It”; or something like that. (What is the right way to capitalize a title?) Maybe we should ask an editor. Actually, we did. Holly Thomas, editor, poet, artist was kind enough to let us interview her. We didn’t ask… Read more
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