Monthly Archives: November 2014
At Fall Philly, I had a funny conversation with a writer friend about the neurotic tendencies of creative people. We are scared. Often. Sometimes the fear motivates us, and sometimes it seriously holds us back. As I think about my … Continue reading
There are some major perks (no pun intended – and you will see why soon enough…) to being the President of the PA Council of Teacher of English and Language Arts. For example, a few weeks ago, I had the … Continue reading
Our theme for the month of November is A Creative Life, and for me, it all comes down to making sure my “creative” life and my “real” life are one. I never stop writing because I never stop thinking or … Continue reading
What are you doing tomorrow? Come to the All But True event in Chestnut Hill featuring Kit Grindstaff!
LANCASTER COUNTY AUTHORS AND ILLUSTRATORS GATHER FOR FESTIVAL “Lanc Co Lit Fest,” a celebration of books and plays written and illustrated by residents of Lancaster County, will be held on First Friday, December 5, 2014, from 6-9 p.m., in the … Continue reading
I’m delighted to introduce you to one of our newest Eastern Penn Points contributors, debut author Jennie K. Brown! I invited her for a Cafe Chat so we could get to know her little bit better. Make sure you say … Continue reading