Ode to the Muse at Wolff Cottage for FCWA I know you live here among floor gaps and plaster cracks along the bedroom wall where sleep fetches a new shade of morning sky through half-draped tall windows and I call you out or you find me, not sure which Yet, somehow, you greet me eachRead more about Ode to the Muse at Wolff Cottage[…]
Robin Throne, PhD, recently published a study of the personal narratives of Sea Island slavery emancipation in SAGE Open. School Briefs
Harvest the family tree for fictional character development Fiction authors such as Tolkien, Salinger, and J.K. Rowling created elaborate fictional family trees as they wrote their stories, but authentic genealogies can also be a wonderful tool for writing historical fiction or creative nonfiction. In this session, genealogy, specifically Ancestry.com, is explored as an avenue forRead more about Author Workshop Oct 22: Fictional Character Development at Fairhope Public Library[…]
The writer-in-residence program is the best-known program of the Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts (FWCA) and has received attention in national media. The program gives authors an opportunity to work on their writing while in residence at Wolff Cottage, which offers writers-in-residence the solitude and privacy to hone their craft.
Clouds Over Bishop Hill by Mary Davidsaver (MWC Press, 2016) GoodReads Amazon
ROBIN THRONE – GAMBLING THE AISLE 2015 FICTION CHAPBOOK CONTEST WINNER Gambling the Aisle recently announced on Facebook and Twitter that 918studio press author, Robin Throne, won its 2015 fiction chapbook contest, the third annual, with her flash fiction collection, The CUBE & other flashlings…see blog Thank you 918studio Press
Derelicta – Robin Throne as inspired by Botticelli’s Derelicta or The Abandoned (1495) 2015 Collins Poetry Residency Community Poetry Blog