So, I turned 30 recently.
I've always read the backs of book covers to see when authors first published. Now, I'll never be one of those young, prodigious 20-something writers, the horizon like a golden field.
But, I still want to be a writer, and now I have this beautiful painting by Mike Landa to inspire me.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
I not only write stunning newsletters, I also appear in them, looking somewhat stunning.
Focus, the BSU alumni magazine, is apparently sent to all of my relatives, because I tell you I knew when that Fall 2009 issue came out. I am pictured on page 16 because, as a representative of Alley Repertory Theater, I'm part of an amazing partnership with Clay Morgan of The BSU Story Initiative and Paul Shaffer of The Cabin Literary Center on a project called Story Story Night. This innovative monthly program will bring live, unfettered storytelling (think: The Moth) into the spotlight. Look for its launch in March 2010.
PHOTO CAPTION: Our outfits quite unintentionally totally matched VaC’s sign. Fashion photo kismet.
This winter, I wrote a story for the Idaho Rivers United quarterly, Currently, about my advancement from a volunteer in a full-body sockeye salmon suit to a board member of the river conservation organization.
PHOTO CAPTION: A fish’s eye view of a remarkable non-profit.
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