Do hard times inspire us to write more, or dampen our creative spirit? In this workshop delivered at Poetry Society of Indiana’s 2020 Online Fall Rendezvous, Premier Poet Sarah E. Morin hosts an honest conversation about how living in trying times impacts us as writers.
Waking Beauty was included in a video of 9 Astounding Works of Christian Fantasy.
The Indiana State Federation of Poetry Clubs (recently renamed Poetry Society of Indiana) gathered at McCormick’s Creek State Park a couple weeks ago for fellowship and poems, poems, poems. Here’s a presentation by Lowell, IN, poet, Michael Erdelen, called “Immortality for Poets.” Shown with permission. It was the 37th such gathering for ISFPC, but my …
Here’s a short clip from the twisted fairy tale writing workshop I gave at Fishers Library (Putting a New Spin on Sleeping Beauty). You have another chance to attend Oct 7 in Noblesville! For bonus points, spot the Star Trek reference in the clip.
Can a sci fi or fantasy story also be Christian? My publisher, Steve Laube of Enclave Publishing, explains some of the key elements of why speculative fiction can be specially suited to grapple with issues Christians face.
My publisher, the wonderful Steve Laube of Enclave Publishing, answers the question you’ve all been asking:
What is Christian Speculative Fiction? And is there such a thing as Christian horror?
Meet Sleeping Beauty, as you’ve never seen her before.
Any excuse to wear my queen costume… I love slightly snarky fairy tales, especially ones with twisty endings. So here’s my poem, “Rapunzel the Hairbrained.” Have fun counting the hair puns.