Inspiration

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Why I Sing with the Mockingbird

Apr 29, 2015

Essay by Carol M. Folsom

We are not alone in our suffering, no matter how shocking or unusual our particular circumstances.

Why I Write | Read More

Controversial Beauty

Mar 30, 2015

TW Column by Judith A. Ross

My unquestionably beautiful surroundings, once so freeing, now seem limiting.

Talking Art, Photography, Nature | Read More

Essaying the Body: A Look Inside

Mar 16, 2015

TW Flash Essay by Richard Hoffman

What if I’d been less inhibited? What if I’d cried out, 'Jesus, what the hell is that?'

Writing and Faith, Flash Nonfiction | Read More

Empathy Is Not Enough

Dec 29, 2014

Theme Essay by Laurette Folk

When people say art matters, it’s because they've been moved to act more compassionately in the world.

Writing and Faith | Read More

In Search of Small Stones

Dec 24, 2014

Theme Essay by Carla M. Wilson

Happy holidays from Talking Writing! As a gift to yourself, try the writerly 'New Year's Challenge' offered with this piece.

Writing and Faith, Advice, About Poetry | Read More

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