Meet Kathleen: She Earned a Solid B+ in College Poetry Writing

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

When I was in elementary school, my family used to load up our Dodge Ram each summer and head west. Seatbelts, while included in the price of vehicles back in the 1980s, were more of a suggestion. My brother and I spent hours sprawled all over that van–on the floors, across the luxurious third row, and sometimes in the “way back,” wedged up next to the camping equipment. My parents…

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Deb Kerry’s Writing Journey is the Ultimate Road Trip

Monday, August 12, 2013

Road trip. Can you feel the lure? Just whisper those two words to me and I’m tempted to walk away from all of my responsibilities, pack a bag, buy some snacks, and cue up the music. My heart sings to me of  freedom, adventure, and the discovery of new and interesting places. On the contrary, heading for a specific destination on a timeline is misery. Within a couple of hours…

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Driving Sideways by Jess Riley is a fabulous read, by Deb Lisa Daily

We donated my brother to science. Actually, we donated parts of him to science and the other parts to people who, well, needed his parts. I have wondered many times in the last few years whatever became of my brother’s kidneys, his eyes, his heart. I’ve also wondered whether or not the idea of cellular memory is really true. My brother was rambunctious, wickedly funny, a tender soul, a daredevil….

Wednesday, May 21, 2008
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