Results tagged with 'writer'
Published Jan. 4, 2014
Local writer Jim Cryns recently finished and self-published a full-length novel called "Cocaine Vampires." Despite the title, Cryns says he knew almost nothing about vampires or cocaine when he started the writing, but he does know a lot about Milwaukee, which is where the book takes place.
Published Dec. 19, 2013
Milwaukee's Gemma Tarlach worked in Munich as a chambermaid, went to culinary school in New York, got a Master's in journalism from Madison and worked, traveled and / or lived in Las Vegas, Moscow, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Syria, Norway, New Zealand and Antarctica. During the winter. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Published Nov. 23, 2013
Sara Santiago has made major contributions to her community as a business owner, mother / wife, gardener, home-brewer and bicycle gang leader. She is also an incredible writer who has shared raw, honest details of her experience as a professional, parent and person living with incurable illnesses.
Published July 28, 2013
JoAnn Hornak, a lifelong Milwaukeean who moved to California in 2007, has published her second novel, called "A Delicate Bond." This is a great read for any woman who has "broken up" with a female friend.
Published March 24, 2013
Anja Sieger is also a word busker, meaning she sets up a temporary "office" at a craft fair, festival, conference or party and writes on-the-spot poetry, love letters, letters of recommendation, flash fiction and other literary requests from her typewriter.
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I have never been an animal lover. Cats weird me out and dogs sniff and urinate everywhere. My husband and I discussed how it would be nice to have a dog. My stepdaughter and I had our hearts set on a cat. However, my husband had other plans.The past two weeks we have been looking at the local...
There is something calming about reading the rich history of a life lived. I'm always curious as to where a person is coming from. Memoirs and biographies are the mind map of the subject. The intricate experiences of childhood and life's ups and downs spilling onto pages of a book....
A dream is difficult to let go. Langston Hughes deliciously delivers the message in the poem "A Dream Deferred" A dream put off slowly decomposes until nothing is left. A vision of the life once wanted was juicy and tasty. Now the dream as Hughes put it "sags like a ...
Life of an online writer is really fun and enjoyable. I have been doing online writing for almost a year and a half now. Even though I have written about 62 articles to this point from the online website that I do, it has been really fun and enjoyable. Prior to writing articles for the site (wiki...
Sunday December 4th, 2011 - Kenosha, WI Reassessment time. Once again, it’s time to look as objectively as I can at every facet of my life and decide what needs to stay, what needs to go and what needs to be tweaked for 2012. Failing to plan is planning to fail, and I’ve h...
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