Continuing the conversation …

Continuing the conversation …

Consultation and Protocol: Writing About Others We’re all encouraged to “write about what we know” – and we’re also encouraged, as writers, to stretch and engage our imaginations. So what happens when the desire hits us to write about a...
Continuing the conversation …

Deeper and Higher

Exploring Identity and Transcendence with C. E. Gatchalian Creating literary works about identity – whether it be racial, cultural, sexual, gender, ability, etc. or any combination of the above – can be challenging. Is one writing for a general audience,...