Category Archives: Natalie Goldberg

First Installment of the Q and A at Writing While the Rice Boils

Deborah Allen, blogmaster at Writing While the Rice Boils has posted the first installment of an interview with me about my novels and my writing techniques. If you don’t know Deborah’s blog, you have to follow it. She brings a … Continue reading

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Interview with Jack Remick by Matthew Robinson

Listen to an audio interview with Jack Remick on Blood. Interviewed by Matthew Robinson of BlogTalkRadio. June 23, 2011. http://rfmp.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/the-final-cut-episode-69-interview-with-author-jack-remick/

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An Interview with Jack Remick by Joel Chafetz

A written Q & A interview where Jack Remick and Joel Chafetz discuss Jack’s recently published novel, Blood. (Published by Camel Press, Seattle, WA. 2011)  This  insightful reading enhances understanding  of Jack’s writing process and the complex storyline in Blood. … Continue reading

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Quoted on the web

Dal Jeanis in Dallas, TX has a blog called White Flow. He’s interested in the moment of release that Natalie Goldberg talks about in “Bones” and “Wild Mind”– Lose Control, Don’t Think. He found this in a piece I wrote … Continue reading

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Solving First Person Narrative

The Writer Continues his Conversation with Himself because no one is reading his Blog. 5-15-2008 Louisa’s Café Today I write about what I don’t know–The challenge of voice in a First Person Narrative. I have two problems: 1. The Voice … Continue reading

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