Tag Archives: Poe

The Myth of Writer’s Block

Writer’s block is a myth perpetuated by people who don’t really want to write. And I really don’t like when people ask me if I ever “get it,” as if it’s contagious. In some ways, I think it is. People … Continue reading

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Dark Times and Edgar Allan Poe – What more can a girl ask for?

Was asked by the lovely crew from SuperNews Live to come down and have a chat about Edgar Allan Poe on their show Dark Times! You can see the whole interview here.   Enjoy!

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Random facts stalkers don’t know…

I grew up in a tough neighborhood. (don’t stereotype me) I was in a band. (for about 5 minutes) I was in a few movies. (another 5 minutes) I wrote my first “novel”at the age of 11. (an angst ridden … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Mr Poe

  The Poe Museum is having a 208th Birthday Party for Edgar Allan Poe. I went two years ago, and wish I were there again this year.  I’ve also wanted to make it to Baltimore for their celebration, but have … Continue reading

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Thank you, Santa

Look at what Santa brought me! Okay, well, Santa didn’t actually bring her. I adopted Miss Annabelle from the shelter. She may look a little intense, which might be why the volunteer was hesitant to show her to me, but … Continue reading

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One Dollar, please.

On the heels of my April Fools publication of “Fairly Tale,” I’ve heard from The Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row Journal:  They will publish my story titled “$1.00 Stories”! A homeless man is selling stories for $1.00; will you buy one?  … Continue reading

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Apro-Poe

Happy Birthday, Mr. Poe! To one of the first, authentically American literary voices. Inspiration, then and now, for artists, writers, creators. Maybe I should have dedicated my book to him – posthumously – that is. But I think it is … Continue reading

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