June 25, 2007
A few updates to the website include recent photos.
The writing project this summer is the Writer/Library non-fiction.
So far, 45 writers have participated with their advice for up-and-coming writers and the librarians who love them. And I feel immense privilege for the opportunity to learn first-hand those thoughts and ideas. Because the project includes fiction and non-fiction writers from all genres, the project has grown beyond what I imagined it could be. For this reason, I pushed the deadline back one month to September 2007 to accomodate the inclusion of additional data. I have more interviews lined up and I hope to complete participation with 75 entries.
It's so very exciting. You never know what a writer's going to say.
I thank everyone who has and who will participate.
I've learned so much from them and I think readers of this non-fiction work will learn a lot too.
April 7, 2007
Well, the 2nd edition of Things I Forgot to Tell You, the poetry collection, is now online at McQueen Press. With a new cover, four addition poems, an updated introduction, additional photos, and an improved layout, it should be well worth taking a glance at the preview.
March 21, 2007
Congratulations to McQueen Press celebrating its one-year anniversary.
Here's looking forward to many more publications, projects, and years to come!
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