Monthly Archives: February 2015

Dive into Lucy Knisley’s travelogues of genius, “An Age of License” and “Displacement”

Gush a lot.  That’s what I’m planning on doing when I go to Emerald City Comicon next month.  I’m hoping that I get to gush to Lucy Knisley, New York Times best-selling cartoonist about her graphic novels, “An Age of License,” and “Displacement,” put out … Continue reading

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Stuck in Query Limbo

I just finished sending off my first batch of query letters for my second mystery novel. Querying, along with losing my-fall-into winter extra pounds was among the things I targeted for January. (I don’t call them resolutions.) Any writer who … Continue reading

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