Saturday… Just Saying

Natalie Goldberg, 1948-

An American author, Natalie Goldberg is best known for books about the art of writing, including, Writing Down the Bones, Banana Rose, and Thunder and Lightning.

Images from Wikimedia.com, composition by KLeRoser

Quote from: http://pedalsandpencils.com/thoughts-on-writing/

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Saturday… Just Saying

Richard Peck,1934-

Peck is an American author of young adult novels. Award winning novels include, A Year Down Yonder, Dreamland Lake, and Are You in the House Alone.

Quote from: http://koti.mbnet.fi/pasenka/quotes/q-writ.htm#Emotions%20and%20communication
Illustration by KLeRosier

 

 

Saturday… Just Saying

Gloria Marie Steinem, 1934-

Ms. Steinem is a writer and journalist but she most recognized as a feminist and leader of the women’s liberation movement of the sixties and seventies.  She is the author of  Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, a book of her essays named, The Book of Self Esteem-Revolution from Within, and Doing Sixty & Seventy.

 Quote from: http://koti.mbnet.fi/pasenka/quotes/q-writ.htm#Writing%20is%20heaven
Illustration from a 1880 Advertisement: “Laundry starch” – Gilbert S. Graves, manufacturer, Buffalo, N.Y. (found on Wikimedia commons)
Image of Steinem from Wikimedia.

Artwork: KLeRosier

Saturday…Just Saying 4/7/2012

Ernest Hemingway, 1899 – 1961

Hemingway was an American author who was almost as well known for his lifestyle as for his writing. His famous novels include, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and the Sea.

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