Getting There...From Here
Women on Poetry: Writing, Revising, Publishing and Teaching
"This collection of articles is a modern day literary "tool belt" for women poets at all stages of their writing career. Whether you are just starting out, refining your craft, or trying to find balance in your creative life, this collection will become a roadmap to literary success! "
--Connie Post, Poet Laureate Emerita of Livermore, California (2005-2009)
Winner of the 2009 Caesura Poetry Award
Author/Editor: Carol Smallwood, Colleen S. Harris, Cynthia Brackett-Vincent
See chapter authored by WWf(a)C writer Sarah W. Bartlett
The Boys on the Rock: Listening to the Voices of the Homeless
This collection of essays gives an interesting perspective to the issues around homelessness and poverty. In many cases we don't know how things turn out for the people that Queenan met and worked with, since she herself did not always know. Queenan isn't necessarily trying to provide answers or to make statements about the issues her clients faced, but by sharing these anecdotes with us, it gives us more information from which to form our own opinions
Author: Joanne M. Queenan
How To Turn Your Photographs Into Memories
When it comes to our family photos, most of us expect photo albums or scrapbooks to tell the stories of our lives. But the truth is once the person who assembled the albums is gone, many of the stories behind those photos are gone as well. Use this step-by-step guide to create meaningful photo captions and brief narratives to make your photos - and your family history - come alive.
Author Kristine A. Woodworth