Beginning tomorrow, I’m launching a 20-day series of free podcasts, called Poem Pods, for children and families. They are low-tech broadcasts that aim to give children home on school vacation—without
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. There are three options for taking in the content of each Poem Pod:
Every author I have worked with gets nervous when we are finalizing the manuscript and inching toward the print phase. One of our Poem Pod guests, Judy Kelliher, talks a bit about this in episode
Note: Please consider sharing this link using the social media buttons at the end of the post! What started off as an idea to share poems I wrote years ago with today’s young children has blossomed
I’ve known Bobby Kelliher for over three decades. He is one of my favorite people.
Note: I recently did what I call a Discovery Session with a writer from Laconia, New Hampshire, named Claire L. Hebert-Dow. Claire is writing a memoir, and she came to me for some feedback on her
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. This is one of Darrian’s illustrations for my Poem Pods, a new feature for children that will be coming to my site this
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. This is a scenario that’s played out multiple times when I’ve been running on the Manhan Rail Trail or in the woods near my
I’ve always been a big believer in the idea that things happen for a reason. And if we are tapped into our hearts and paying attention, we can pair what we’re noticing with our own intuition and take
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. I realized the other day that my little grandbaby Phoibe has never seen her parents’ faces.