Tag Archives: memoirs

To Read Helena Is to Love Helena #Mondayblogs

I first “met” Helena Hann-Basquiat through her guest post on Katie Sullivan’s blog, where she had a hilarious dialogue with a 1300-year-old Druid.  I was stunned by her dry humor which had a thread of worldweariness sewn through it.  That’s depth, my dear Reader.  From there I went to her blog, fell in love, made […]
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Honourary Dilettante Contest from My Favorite Dilettante!

Usually I reblog important posts, but WP is failing me at the moment so let’s settle for Press This.  Meaning, press this:  Honourary Dilettante Contest. My favorite dilettante, Helena Hann-Basquiast, is holding a contest to promote her book, Memoirs of a Dilettante. Volume One.  The prizes include kisses from Helena herself (well, I suppose, more […]
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A Call for Submissions: Reblogged from The HeSo Project

An opportunity for anyone with a true story to tell: Mini Memoir Mondays at The HeSo Project.

Calling All Artists! Calling All Artists!

Here you go! Submit, all ye striving writers and artists!

Game Changer

This has been an incredible week for me. I’ve been honored with two awards; an essay that I posted to The Community Storyboard was Freshly Pressed; and then I was invited to be an editor on The Community Storyboard. It’s perhaps a bit ironic that, right around this time, I had responded to a post […]
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