If this sounds like it might be a good workshop for you, click here to get early registration access; otherwise you'll hear more details about the course later this month.
Not sure if you need an author website?
I made a handy flowchart to help you answer that. Grab it here: Do I Need an Author Website?
Please share the post and flowchart with your writer friends.
In publication news, my scholarly article “Chicana in New York City: Gloria Anzaldúa on Spirituality and the City” was just published in MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States after YEARS in the making. I'm really proud of this one and am so grateful it's finally out in the world! You can read the abstract at the end of this email and can access the full text version (for personal, non-commercial use) on my website using the link above.
Look at that; academics need websites too!
As for summer plans, I'll be staying close to home and prepping for this new baby's arrival this fall.
I know, I know, that is way less exciting than the subject line suggested, but what can I say? I've got some serious nesting to do.
How about you?
What do you have in store this summer?
What's on your summer reading list?
Hit reply and let me know. I LOVE living vicariously through your summer adventures!
And if you're itching for a writing retreat or residency, but didn't line something up in advance, check out this blog post for inspiration on how you might DIY your own retreat: "10 Tips for Creating Your Own Writing & Strategic Planning Retreat."
Whatever your plans, I hope you have a productive and/or restful summer!