You might see someone limping with a cane down the halls, and then a few days later they’re fine. Or… Read more How Should You Treat a Co-Worker with a Chronic Health Issue?
Adriana Páramo came to the Fairfield low-residency MFA Faculty this past winter 2016 residency as a guest writer, and… Read more Adriana Páramo, new Fairfield MFA Faculty!
I have a completely serious proposal that could do good for people and make someone some money (….and that might… Read more Investors, I Have a Serious Awesome Idea
You didn’t get the grant that would have affirmed your talent and promise. You don’t have a book to hold… Read more On Wanting, Shame, and Artistic Ambition
I was eating lunch in Whole Foods yesterday, where I encountered this piece of information on the table. At first… Read more Thoughts on Cooking the Whole Shebang
Last night I gave a reading at a great school where a faculty member who got an MFA from a… Read more Post-low-res-MFA, Dipping Toe into Academic Job Market
If you’re just starting an MFA or undergraduate creative writing program, or if you’re not in an academic program but… Read more Writers Read. We Read a Lot. Here’s How to Manage the “To Read” Lists.
When chronic pain people go to see doctors and specialists, we are often asked to rate our pain on a 1-10… Read more Alternative Pain Scale
Sometimes there are no outcomes, no scaffolded learning objectives. Or they are secret and cannot be named. Or they can… Read more Non-Standardized Testing
You are a female memoirist. You sometimes feel like an unreliable narrator of your own story. You are part of… Read more Baking Cakes: A Female Memoirist’s Question-esto