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That's me, circa 1985 in Oregon, beaming over the first money I ever received for my published work: a best-forgotten short story called "Dance of the Dinosaurs" which appeared in the just-launched Eugene Magazine.

That's me, circa 1985 in Oregon, beaming over the first money I ever received for my published work: a best-forgotten short story called "Dance of the Dinosaurs" which appeared in the just-launched Eugene Magazine.

The Quivering Pen: The Great Write Off

The Quivering Pen: The Great Write Off

The Quivering Pen: Fobbit is officially launched

The Quivering Pen: Fobbit is officially launched

The Quivering Pen: A Publication Day Thank You Card

The Quivering Pen: A Publication Day Thank You Card

The Quivering Pen: Fiction Begins Here: Fobbit in the Wild (as Captured by Intrepid Photographers & Assundry Passersby With Smartphones)

The Quivering Pen: Fiction Begins Here: Fobbit in the Wild (as Captured by Intrepid Photographers & Assundry Passersby With Smartphones)

Jessica Soffer, author of Tomorrow There will be Apricots (LJ 3/15/13). "Soffer’s debut novel—the title is taken from the Arabic expression bukra fil mishmish—will publish in April. It is the bittersweet story of Lorca, a neglected daughter of a chef, and Victoria, an Iraqi Jewish widow, who connect through cooking

Jessica Soffer, author of Tomorrow There will be Apricots (LJ 3/15/13). "Soffer’s debut novel—the title is taken from the Arabic expression bukra fil mishmish—will publish in April. It is the bittersweet story of Lorca, a neglected daughter of a chef, and Victoria, an Iraqi Jewish widow, who connect through cooking

C'mon ladies, confess. Isn't this how you feel when you go on a blind date?

C'mon ladies, confess. Isn't this how you feel when you go on a blind date?

The Quivering Pen: GivingThanks: A Writer's Primer

The Quivering Pen: GivingThanks: A Writer's Primer

Paula Loyd in Afghanistan The Quivering Pen: How to Tell a War Story: The Tender Soldier by Vanessa Gezari

Paula Loyd in Afghanistan The Quivering Pen: How to Tell a War Story: The Tender Soldier by Vanessa Gezari

"Fobbit, an Iraq-war comedy, is that rarest of good things: the book you least expect, and most want."  ~Darin Strauss

"Fobbit, an Iraq-war comedy, is that rarest of good things: the book you least expect, and most want." ~Darin Strauss

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