M E Fuller

Tag Archive: retired artists

42. Nothing ever stays the same.

Good morning fellow artists. I’ve skipped a couple of weeks of posts. I meant to write about the North Shore Readers and Writers Festival in Grand Marais, MN but I’m still waiting for information from the Grand Marais Art Colony…
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Week 39. The End of September, a Review.

I’ve abandoned my posts recently – okay, it wasn’t that funny – for good reasons. The garden vegetables needed to be harvested and processed and packaged and frozen for deep winter consumption. Home-grown veggie lasagna with eggplant noodles tastes like…
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Week 37. Starting again, again.

Hi, everyone. If you’ve been following this blog, you know that writing a novel is a new enterprise for me. I’ve always written stories and poems and ad copy. I’ve never attempted anything like assembling words into a flow for…
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Week 31. Recap from Cirenaica writing weekend.

Welcome back! I know, I know, it’s Tuesday, not Sunday. Before sharing my experiences at Cirenaica (sarah-neye-kah), I needed some thinking and recovery time. I’m awake now and exploding with thoughts and notes for you. The intention behind this year-long…
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The beauty of words.

I’ve been complaining loudly for months about how hard it’s been to write my first novel. I’d worked on the story, off and on, for a few years. In June of 2015, I applied for a grant from my regional…
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