Oh, I forgot Raymond Carver. Can’t forget the father of minimalism even if he did not like the label.
Now for the women, in no particular order, who helped to make me the writer that I am today.
- Joyce Carrol Oates
- Annis Nin
- Gertrude Stein
- Dorothy Parker
Those are all of the men and women that I can remember off the top of my head.
How could I forget Jaclyn Susan?
Harold Robbins. There’s another one…
Well, my image app is still not working and I don’t want you to get tired of the Woman As Art series so I went in my pictures on the computer and decided to use an image of my ebook. It contains the work that won me a K. LeRoy Irvis Fellowship in 2003 that paid for my MFA at the University of Pittsburgh.
You can download the ebook. It cost $6.00. Just click on this link: ebook
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