BLOOMERS AT LARGE: A Few Bright Spots
Bloomers At Large / Features

BLOOMERS AT LARGE: A Few Bright Spots

by Kaulie Lewis

On reflection, [Megan Mayhew Bergman] concludes that “I do not find it unusual that many writers I know acquire vintage clothes, buy old homes, and rescue animals. For one, we don’t have Wall Street salaries, and secondly, we’re suckers for backstory, particularly that which is left to the imagination. Our job, after all, is to make up lives, engage in epic games of pretend.” Continue reading

IN HER OWN WORDS: April Wilder
Author Features / Features / In Their Own Words

IN HER OWN WORDS: April Wilder

One day I walked into a therapist’s office, one with whom I’d awkwardly run out of things to talk about, and I told her the only thing really bothering me was a story I was writing and would she mind, if it wasn’t insulting or illegal or whatever, if we spent the session analyzing a fictional character (Kat). She said sure and set her timer. Continue reading