Book Review & Portrait of the Author Elish Mulholland ‘s novels are cinematically rendered and set within an intriguing psychological landscape. In her novel, A Personal Assassin she writes about Tudor England and her prose casts the reader into the past through sensory and visceral prose. As her young heroine, Edony enters the queen’s court, … Continue reading Eilish Mulholland: Featured Author
I am very excited to update you on the new podcast I am writing / producing with Red Couch / Black Dog Productions. I am teaming up with actors / producers Beth Ricketson & Ryan Bowen and this is our first podcast. The adaptation of my novel-in-progress, The Diarist, is turning into a noir-ish, psychological … Continue reading The Diarist – Podcast Coming This Summer
Featured Author: Roger Baker Rabbit Lane: Memoir of A Country Road Book Review There are not a lot of books like Roger Baker's Rabbit Lane: Memoir of a Country Road. It is indeed musings of Rabbit Lane the rural path that runs alongside the developed highway in Erda, Utah. The road is a metaphor … Continue reading Featured Author: Roger Baker
In some ways estate sales are an intimate and nostalgic visit into another person's life. There is nothing like it and its unjust to equate "shopping" with rummaging through a recently deceased person's home looking for collectibles, or something unique.It's reverent and should be approached as such. I think of my own home. And always … Continue reading Adopting Nostalgia: the final resting place of second hand collectibles
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There is no particularly significant reason for writing / publishing this right now. I've just been frantically searching for some documents and I kept bumping up against these poems. I have been with my husband for 25 years. We have a 14 year old daughter. Every now and then my husband and I will … Continue reading Break Up Poems from 15 Years Ago