In September of 2021, I was named the Poet Laureate of Oshkosh.
A long time ago, I wrote a manuscript about a comic who comes to believe he is an animal. I wrote it in first person. Since then, I have matured as a writer. Gotten better. I attained new tools. In this case I'm talking about the Prowriting Software. Yet I could not attack my manuscript. … Continue reading Revising Your Baby
The cow addresses the reader directly and spouts off what is on the author's mind.
Rosetti tells this important history through fictional characters and some of the real people of the events.
You do not have to be a reader of horror to enjoy these stories.
His advice is live a life. If you want live your best life, go follow Gwyneth Paltrow.
It took me too many years, but I renewed my membership to The Wisconsin Writers Association. I simply kept putting it off. It has some new leadership which are making it responsive to the needs of its members. The next step is to get involved and stay involved. That perhaps was why I let my … Continue reading The Wisconsin Writers Association
“Now. Ask me any question you want.” “I want seven,” she said. “Seven? Questions? Why seven?” “It just seems like a sufficient amount.”
This story will have you lingering in a small cafe in France and in a Michigan as well.
Perry finds a way to write about his oft covered themes (sounds like a bash, but stick with this!) in intriguing, beautiful ways