Interview With Terry Shaw of Howling Hills Publishing

Interview With Terry Shaw of Howling Hills Publishing

CAP: Why did you choose “gardens” as the topic for Howling Hills’ first book? And why East Tennessee, specifically? Terry: Gardening is something that still brings people together, despite their differences, and that’s something we need more than ever. Though I no...
So Write

So Write

I’ve made no progress on Chasing After Rainbows. Truthfully, I’ve been focusing so much on everything for the surgery that I feel creatively inept. I sincerely hope that changes after the surgery, though, because I’ve still got a lot to do to even have my first draft...
Write Now (Writing Update)

Write Now (Writing Update)

A few weeks ago, I had the honor and privilege of hanging out in Logan County, WV, with some of the most talented ladies I know, the other members of the 7:00 A.M. Writing Group that I sometimes get myself out of bed and to through Zoom. (They let me keep coming, even...
Writing Update

Writing Update

Spring! The flowers are blooming, and the trees have budded. It is high allergy season, and my eyes and nose are feeling it. Know what else Spring is? It’s time for lots of writing contest deadlines, conferences, and retreats. While I could live without the fine layer...
Interview with Denton Loving, Author of Tamp: Poems

Interview with Denton Loving, Author of Tamp: Poems

CAP: I was surprised that there wasn’t a poem called “Tamp” in the collection but noticed that the word is contained within at least two poems in the collection. Why “Tamp” for the title instead of something else?   DL: The word “tamp” first appeared in the poem,...