Walter E. Dakin Fellowship, Sewanee Writers Conference

Your mother. Understanding your mother. Letting go of your mother. How you want to be a mother. Your mother. Your father. Understanding your father. Letting go of your father. How you want to be a father. Your father. Home. Ghosts. Trouble. Tigers. Clowns. Stephen King. Loose Change. An item from your bedroom. An image. A time. The clock. Cicadas. Paintings. Breast Milk. Almond Milk. The 60s. Virginity. The Clouds. The South. Drinking. College. Trees. Drugs. Bodegas. The Clouds. Nipples. Shipwrecked-ness.

Are some things we talked about at the Sewanee Writers Conference in July. Thanks Sewanee for the fellow-ship and to Dan O’Brian and Daisy Foote for your mentor-ship.

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