Ohio-born Mary Oliver first won me over with her Pulitzer Prize winning collection of poetry, American Primitive. Since then her poems have repeatedly taken my breath away by saying just the right phrase, saying just what I apparently needed to … Continue reading
The second session I attended at The Columbus State Writers’ Conference was “Bootleg MFA.” In this workshop facilitator Sayuri Ayers explained the three main reasons one would want to get a MFA (Master of Fine Arts) degree:
Saturday, April 23, 2016 was an event-filled day for me, and for many other readers and writers in Columbus, Ohio (USA). On that day I had the good fortune of having not one, but two excellent conferences taking place in … Continue reading
I wanted to thank him for what he’d done for me. I wanted to show my appreciation for having inspired me to keep writing poetry. But it was too late.
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Chris Woodyard, a native of Ohio (midwestern United States) is the leading authority on ghosts and haunted places in the state. Chris calls herself a “fortean” researcher: an explorer of paranormal phenomena. One may be a die-hard skeptic or believe … Continue reading
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