The following is a guest post from writer Julie L. Moore, continuing the Writing Process blog tour.
Many thanks to Ed Davis for inviting me to participate in this tour of my writing process, initiated by James Tate Hill, at North Carolina A&T State University. Since I don’t have a blog myself, I’m grateful for his willingness to host my answers here as well.
1) What are you working on?
Since my second full-length book of poetry Particular Scandals came out in 2013, I’ve embarked on some new projects. First is simply pulling together the poems I’ve written over the last five years […]
I’m grateful to my fellow writer Valerie Nieman for inviting me to participate in this blog tour on Writing Process, initiated by James Tate Hill, her colleague at North Carolina A&T State University. Val’s blog appeared last week at http://valerienieman.blogspot.com/. I’m pleased to answer the questions below about the way I work and also read about the way others slay this beast called writing.
What are you working on?Currently I’m working on the sequel to Hardwood, the novel I’ve just finished and begun marketing, about Maggie Absher, a forty-year-old divorced high school English teacher who is inadvertently responsible for a mini-ecological […]