I first wrote thank you letters to my grandmother as a preschooler, on a giant Underwood typewriter. I later entertained my cousins with pages-long handwritten letters, packing the envelopes so tightly that they had to be taped shut. I never thought of myself as a writer though, having had any inclination in this area stamped out of me by a rigid school structure. For a time, my only conncection to the writing world, other than letters, was the X marks the spot poems I wrote to my children at Easter, for their chocolate egg hunts.It wasn't until I did a writing exercise from one of John Bra more...
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