Where I write (a Q&A with me)

A big thank you to Kristin Offiler, a freelance and creative writer who I met online. She has a wonderful series on her blog about where writers write. A few weeks ago she featured me. Here is her first question, but you should stop by her blog and read the whole Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction Story Published by Write Club Atlanta

Click the image to read my flash fiction story, "Sans Santa Claus." Write Club Atlanta published a holiday-themed flash fiction story of mine in December. You’re surely over the whole holiday thing by now, but my story is called “Sans Santa Continue Reading →

I’m Writing A Novel In November

I’m writing a novel this month for NaNoWriMo, when writers around the world get together and attempt to write 50,000 words during November. Since I’ll be writing so much fiction, I won’t be posting as much to my blogs for now. I also wrote about Continue Reading →

My Advice for Journalists

Since my co-worker Clay Duda told his story about being a j-school grad, I thought I’d tell mine and hopefully help some people figure out how to become a journalist—a real one. Hint: it’s not easy, but it’s possible. Before I fell in love with journalism, Continue Reading →

Hurricane Humor on Twitter

While researching info about Hurricane Irene for an article I’m writing, I found some interesting stuff… View “Hurricane Irene Humor on Twitter” on Storify Tweet  Continue Reading →

My Plan for Longshot Magazine 2011

Longshot Magazine is this awesome print magazine that is made in 48 hours. Submissions open Friday July 29 for 24 hours and I plan to submit. If you want to know more about this project, read my post on my writing blog, which includes submission tips. If you’re Continue Reading →

Yarn Bombing: Helping Us Engage With Our World

Yarn bombing in Atlanta, Ga. Engagement is something that’s talked about a lot in the social media community. But what about in real life? How engaged are we with our surroundings? A few years ago, we zipped around connected to our iPods and now we’ve Continue Reading →

3 Interesting Questions About Digital Media June 2011

I write, research, read and think about art, culture, literary topics, social media, journalism, the environment and things that do good for people and our world. The following are three interesting things: Our web experience: contained in a bubble.   Digital Continue Reading →

About Facebook and Journalism

Should Journalists Use Facebook As A Journalism Tool? Something for journalists to consider about Facebook... My first post for The Center for Sustainable Journalism is up on the blog. It’s about social media and journalism. The two are coming together as Continue Reading →

I Have A New Tumblr Blog

I have a new Atlanta blog using Tumblr. It’s called Peachy Diamond: Atlanta life through the eyes of a Georgia girl. The city, art, culture, poetry, storytelling, the environment and related topics are what I will focus on. Check it out and follow if you’re Continue Reading →