Monthly Archives: December 2014

Me and The Huffington Post

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I suppose this will be my last post of 2014. It’s been the busiest and most productive year of my writing/working career. At times I’ve wondered if it was worth it. But then something like this comes along. Jack Schimmelman, …

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What I Read: 2014

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As the holiday season bears down upon us, I wish you all a happy and healthy holiday and New Year. But I also wish for all of us a few minutes, sometime during the mania of the holidays, to sit …

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Anjali House Goes to the Circus

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Anjali House is the educational shelter in Siem Reap where my Writing Through Cambodia creative writing workshop started five years ago. Since then, it has become important to me in ways that go far beyond my own workshop with the …

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Writing, Teaching and Writing Through Teaching

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There is no doubt that in today’s world of writers, teaching plays a big part for most of us. Some teach in university Creative Writing degree programs, but most teach in other places like retreats, writing organisations, schools, prisons, even …

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