Monthly Archives: March 2015

Good News!

I’ve gotten a lot of good writing news recently, so I thought I’d round it all up to share with you in a post here. As any experienced writer can tell you, sending work out for publication or pursuing literary opportunities of any sort involves a lot of rejection, and learning to process that rejection […]

Richard Wright: A Tinge of Warmth From an Unseen Light

I still remember, more than a dozen years ago, the first time I noticed the gold lettering of Black Boy climbing up the blue and brickred spine of my grandmother’s 1940’s edition of Richard Wright’s memoir. The book still stands out because the title on the spine reads in the opposite direction of every other […]