When I was an undergrad, I had a work-study in the school career center. My main role was internet research, a sweet gig for a sophomore which came with an office and unfettered access to a computer. One day I was called into a planning meeting for a networking event. What made it different from … Continue reading Will Multicultural become a new genre?
According to my outdated (read: paper copy!) Webster's Dictionary the definition of fairy tale is a story about fairies, magic deeds, etc., while folklore is defined as the traditional beliefs, legends, etc. of a culture. So does that mean all fairy tales and folklore have in common is etc.? What's etcetera anyway in this case? I like … Continue reading At the Crossroads of Fairy Tale and Folklore
As some of you already know, I'm a writer. As to the titles of my works that can be found on a shelf or e-book, let's just call me pre-published. I'm working on the third book in my series called Rhymes & Misdemeanors, a YA fantasy. But as my series progresses, following the adventures of … Continue reading What’s in an age appropriate label?
I think of April first as a time for the topsy-turvy to take over. I think the weather has a lot to do with it. I've never been one for tricks because I really do believe in the golden rule. If I drop a balloon full of pudding on someone's head can I really avoid … Continue reading April Fool