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By: judithdisalvo | August 17, 2017

Yesterday I heard one of my favorite songs, "Wide Open Spaces" by the Dixie Chicks, and the lyrics brought tears to my eyes. For real. I need wide open spaces, room to make mistakes (I like to call them learning experiences or adventures) and new faces. These are the main ingredients that spur me to write. Wyoming provided me the space, landscape, quirky characters and crazy escapades to write First Rodeo. I really miss it, thus the tears while driving down Highway 94 on my way to my girl cave, the cottage where I write in Augusta, Missouri.


I was also crying because I’ve been struggling to get back into a writing groove. After battling some serious health issues, I prayed the upcoming Solar Eclipse would send me some cosmic cre...

By: PenPower | June 01, 2016

If you don’t know who Julia Cameron is, you need to introduce yourself to her via Google, Facebook, your local bookstore or Amazon. Better yet – you can meet her in person Saturday, June 11th at the Skylight Santa Fe at New Mexico Women in Film’s June event. They will be presenting Julia with their annual Sage Award. Each year, NMWIF chooses one woman who has made a great contribution to the arts in New Mexico. In this case, in my opinion, Julia has reached far beyond the southwest – more like the entire world.


Julia Cameron changed my life forever. For real – no joke – I am drop dead serious. Her book, The Artist Way, was the tool that gave me the courage to leave my safe, corporate, rather cushy job, move to the middle of nowhere in Co...


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