Carol S. Mann
Bits and Pieces
“He knew everyone had flaws. People fell from grace all the time. But some people fell further than others.” From “Ferrelli’s Fall” (Creek Songs).
Tag Archives: feelings
The book has arrived!
The book has arrived. Yes, All Ways a Woman, a collection of art and poetry created in collaboration with artist Lynn Centeno, is here. Within its pages, we invite you to walk with us as we depict a woman’s path, give voice … Continue reading
Pictures and Words
It’s always interesting to see your work in a magazine or journal in its final published form – the layout of the piece on the page, the general tone and feel of the publication, the use of pictures, if any. … Continue reading
Posted in Creativity, memoir, Reading, short story, Writing Tagged being published, curiosity, feelings, mood, personal essay, short story, Six Hens Literary Journal, the Grand Canyon, tone, writing 4 Comments
What a Difference a Line Makes
Are you a poetry reader? I am. And, when I read it, I often find a feeling of peace and calm. Poetry takes us places –into our feelings, our thoughts, our memories. Into our joys, our sorrows. Into other cultures … Continue reading
Posted in Creativity, Finding Ideas: The Creative Process, Inspiration, Looking for Inspiration, poetry, Reading, Writing Tagged Anthologist Ruth Gordon, Dylan Thomas, Emily Dickinson, feelings, finger paints, free verse, image, imagery, images, mood, poetry, poetry reader, poetry workshop, T.S. Eliot, writing poetry 5 Comments