May 7, 2013
May 6, 2013
BWW Reviews: Party Lines and Party Dresses – A Look at New Work from Julia Park Tracey by Karen Biscopink “I’m beginning to rebel. I crave adventures. I want to live. Not merely exist.” So writes Doris Bailey, a fifteen-year-old diarist living in 1920s America. Editor Julia Park Tracey has compiled a portion of her great-aunt’s journals in her newest book, “I’ve Got Some Lovin’ To Do: The Diaries of a Roaring Twenties Teen.” Doris’s documentation of her teenage years…
April 25, 2013
I have just one more event in April, and that’s a Doris event at the Alameda Library (see sidebar for calendar info!). But in my hands I hold the proofs to the new edition of Tongues of Angels, and that means the new edition is just days away from uploading to Amazon. Days, like 10 days, not like 2 days. But days, not weeks or months. Days. That makes me glad. Watch this space for more news, soon.