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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Intermittent Visitors: Kathleen Alcalá

Kathleen Alcalá was born in Compton and raised in the wilds of San Bernardino, California. Attracted to words at an early age, she went on to write five books of fiction and nonfiction. A 2007 Artist Trust Fellow, Kathleen is a member of Seattle7, Los Norteños and ConTinta. She teaches at the Northwest Institute of […]

Intermittent Visitors: Avery Oslo

Young Netherlands writer Avery Oslo agreed to answer some of my questions for Intermittent Visitors:   1. What is your writing process? It’s all procrastination, all day every day. I go through reams of paper writing for my job as a historian and often I need to procrastinate in order to get some good history […]

Intermittent Visitors: Holly Cooley

Holly Cooley, the author of a fantasy for older children, The Palace of Mythical Beasts, agreed to answer some of my questions about her writing. She started out as a journalist and then taught humanities at university and then on-line for a number of years. Her feature articles, scholarly articles and book reviews have appeared […]