What do little children and grown-up writers have in common? Show and tell, that’s what. Please join me over at the latest issue of Hippocampus Magazine for some circle time.
While you’re there, check out April Jo Murphy’s essay, “Vanilla Bones” — a seemless mix of Buffalo snow, airbags, and losing love. I also recommend Elizabeth Langemak’s “Danger By Its Stem” for its skillful blend of character and history — and a parenting lessons I won’t forget.