What makes a story great? Does it ratchet emotions to extremes? Is it perfumed with exotic visuals? Must it always take you to a new […]
Joyce Savre came to painting by way of poetry. In the process of writing and editing poems. “I became so absorbed by language, I felt I […]
Nanci Lee Woody taught management and accounting classes, wrote textbooks, and served as Dean of Business at American River College.
by Bess Vanrenen I made a point of giving the letters to Ed. After the first: “Did you see this, Ed? It’s from the bank.” […]
And the three-act play lives on. It’s fitting, at the beginning of any adventure, to map out a beginning and an end.
We are changing things up at SHR because we want to up our engagement with creatives like you. The publishing world has changed. The Internet […]
An excerpt from Elise’s new book The Berkeley Girl Goes To Paris 1968: “In the decade that Americans of several generations are obsessed with
Tina Gibson on her epic poem, Misfit Island: “I have always wanted to write a book about the struggles young women go through—
Writing was an early passion for Wendy. As a kid, she wrote lots of stories, but being shy, they usually ended up under the […]