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In addition to this publication about writing her memoir, Claire has another, Stories about my brother, about incarceration.
Rae writes with intelligence and wit on topics from entrepreneurship to highly sensitive personalities, to ... poop, all topics of interest! She's generous and interactive in comments too. I look forward to each post.
Amanda's an autistic editor. In addition to writing about her own experiences in The Editing Spectrum, through The Spectrum Spotlight she's offering a platform to other neurodivergent writers to explore how their "special interests" fuel their careers and writing. In Ask an Editor, she offers great advice. And as if that wasn't enough, she's generous in comments and notes.
Liza is more than a gifted cartoonist and writer. She's an incredibly generous human being. She allows us to see and feel through her art. My heart lifts a little every time I see a post, a note, or her daily "Good morning!"
Antonia writes beautifully and thoughtfully on nature, walking, and the problems of private property. She's also generous with her time and thoughts in comments. I enjoy the conversation and look forward to every post.
Melanie publishes well researched and written stories explaining the science behind some of the big issues of the day, from climate to pandemics. I enjoy reading the New Zealand perspective on issues we also face in my home state of Washington in the US and exchanging thoughts and ideas in comments and notes.