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For Issue 26, comic artist and graphic novelist, Diana Tamblyn, shares the process of adapting Cornelia Hoogland’s poetry book Woods Wolf Girl into a comic book. I write about shame, grant announcements, and toxic writing friendships and embarrassing myself in public … again.
For Issue 26 Gatherings (a roundup of recommendations), SMLTA recommends an essay by Alicia Elliot, a video by Sacha Archer, Rabbits by David Lynch, The Shit No One Tells You About Writing, The Festival of Literary Diversity, Another Story Bookshop’s May Readings & more!
Although I’ve been a lurker for years, I’ve started using TikTok, and I’m going down the rabbit hole of BookTok and WriterTok. It’s been interesting and fun. I’ll be writing about for a forthcoming issue.
I’m trying to find other writers and readers on TikTok. If you’re on TikTok, share your link in the comments.
Hope you enjoy this issue!
Issue #26 of Send My Love to Anyone
A Girl Walks Into the Woods by Diana Tamblyn
On Shame, Grant Announcements, and Toxic Writing Friendships by Kathryn Mockler
Embarrassing Myself in Public by Kathryn Mockler
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Thanks for this, Kathryn!
Allow me to introduce myself via this story. If you're interested to have me contribute to your publication, let me know. I hope you enjoy it. https://open.substack.com/pub/renegvolpi/p/travels-through-time?utm_source=direct&r=1gbjgn&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web