Every month we’ll feature new interviews of authors. Interviews will be conducted by SDWI Board Members, staff, or our very talented SDWI interns. Is there an author you’d like to find out more about? Email Us.

Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #2: Different Sides of a Writer

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #2: Different Sides of a Writer

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #2: Different Sides of a Writer Writing splits writers in two: the creative side and the critical. The writer’s dilemma is...

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Every month we’ll feature new interviews of authors. Interviews will be conducted by SDWI Board Members, staff, or our very talented SDWI interns. Is there an author you’d like to find out more about? Email Us.

Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters

We will be bringing you monthly advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters First, commit to it. Second, frame daily events so you can take...

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Every month we’ll feature new interviews of authors. Interviews will be conducted by SDWI Board Members, staff, or our very talented SDWI interns. Is there an author you’d like to find out more about? Email Us.

Interview with Jim Moreno about the 2nd Annual Jihmye Collins Poetry Summer Camp.

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Interview with Jim Moreno about the 2nd Annual Jihmye Collins Poetry Summer Camp.

Camp Collins, a poetry and theatre camp for 13 to 18 year olds, is running from June 29-July 12.  We did a quick interview with Jim Moreno to find out more about it. KK: You named the camp “The 2nd Annual Jihmye Collins Poetry Camp”–who was Jihmye Collins and what should this name tell kids about the camp? Jim:    It’s the 2nd Annual Jihmye Collins Poetry Summer Camp: Camp Collins.  Jihmye was my open mic partner and an original...

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Every month we’ll feature new interviews of authors. Interviews will be conducted by SDWI Board Members, staff, or our very talented SDWI interns. Is there an author you’d like to find out more about? Email Us.

Interview with “Wild Woman” Judy Reeves by Kim Keeline

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Author Interviews, Community Events, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Interview with “Wild Woman” Judy Reeves by Kim Keeline

One of SDWI’s most popular instructors, Judy Reeves, has a new book coming out: Wild Women, Wild Voices: Writing from Your Authentic Wildness.  She is having a book launch party on April 11 (which you can come to) and has a class on Point of View later this month.     KK: You say the book is about “a yearning to reclaim a true nature” beyond our normal self. What sort of true nature do you see yourself releasing in your writing?  Judy:    ...

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Every month we’ll feature new interviews of authors. Interviews will be conducted by SDWI Board Members, staff, or our very talented SDWI interns. Is there an author you’d like to find out more about? Email Us.

Interview with T. Greenwood by T.C. Porter

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Interview with T. Greenwood by T.C. Porter

T. Greenwood returns with another stunning novel, The Forever Bridge. It opens with family car-ride that is both vivid and ambiguously rendered. We only know that the car rolls toward someone’s doom. During the rest of the novel we race to catch up with the question of just what happened on the bridge and how things have gotten so tangled for the survivors. And yet there is just enough hint of redemption, by way of love, to give us hope as well as curiosity, as we...

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