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“’That’s what Mr. Squirrel Coat says. He read me the postcard,’ she explained. ‘He also offered to help build our house. And of course you will now do the work your father would have done.’ She put her hand on my shoulder. ‘You are a man now, Thomas. A farmer.’ Me, a farmer. Mama didn’t ask me about the newspaper in my hand. That was the last day I went to school.”–excerpt from Planting Words: My Friend Oscar Micheaux by Lisa Rivero “Peter gave … Read More
Toward greater meaning and authenticity, more daily words, and better writing
Lisa Rivero has written professionally for over twenty years. In this blog, she shares her own writing journey, experience from teaching college-level writing and creative thinking, and resources and ideas for writers and other creatives.
"If I am not for myself, who is for me? And when I am for myself, what am 'I'? And if not now, when?" ~ Hillel the Elder