Scanning radio stations during a recent road trip, I heard a public radio host introduce the author of When Will My Grown Up Child Grow
Nick James, bless his heart, took on the arduous task of determining the most snobby places in the great state of North Carolina and deemed
Ideally, I should be living in Spain even though, at heart, I am French. My feet are Greek, making me either athletic or creative —
February 27th, Winter Storm Sparta delivered a long swath of snow and ice to the East Coast; 100,000 in Raleigh, North Carolina were without power;
Anyone who’s seen The Imitation Game (Benedict Cumberbatch!) or enjoys PBS’s The Bletchley Circle knows about Enigma, Germany’s seemingly unbreakable cipher machine used during WWII.
After finishing FALL, I workshopped it; gave it to impartial, published writers for further critique; amended accordingly; then set out on my quest for representation.
Author Avery Caswell reading an excerpt from her novel FALL.
Avery Caswell Reads an Excerpt from CONJURE SILVER
Lisa M. Van Wormer is an MFA candidate at University of Baltimore in the Creative Writing and Publishing program. She has had memoir pieces published
This is my favorite dessert to make. It’s from Jill Dahan’s incredible cookbook, Starting Fresh! where even the sweets are healthy and delicious.