27th Nov 2012

John Siddique, British poet, essayist, author

"No one lives a bloodless existence. Everything that is repressed eventually finds a way out, even if it is only in the deepest of unremembered dreams. Though I’d rather it was with honesty, acceptance, a bold step, forgiveness and joy. Otherwise we tend to get all twisted up. Art, like love, does keep us alive; and, like love, it has the power to return us to our humanity when nothing else can." ~Interview with British poet, essayist, author, John Siddique

18th Nov 2012

Advice from Poet Peg Boyers: Seek Out Discomfort and the Unfamiliar

"There may not be a single topic we all might be well served to address, but there is The Poem each of us needs to write." ~Peg Boyers, poet

17th Nov 2012

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Jean Kwok

"I loved books like Anne of Green Gables and I identified with red-haired, freckled Anne because she was an outsider and always in trouble, like me. However, I didn’t come across any books about Chinese girls who lived in poverty at home while maintaining a façade at school, and maybe that’s one of the reasons I grew up to write my own stories." ~New York Times Best-Selling author, Jean Kwok

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