Meghan Duke is a doctoral student in theology. She hails from the First State (that's Delaware) and writes from Virginia.
Women at Work: Writing Fiction for Young Readers Finding Their Way
For Claire Swinarski, becoming a children’s fiction author required equal parts creativity, curiosity, discipline, and tenacity.
Women at Work: Sailing As a Character-Forming Craft
In the Merchant Marine, Margaret Handel is honing a craft both intellectually challenging and concrete.
Women at Work: Creating Art Both Beautiful and Functional
Ceramic artist Maryfrances Carter creates works of art to hold and touch and use and see
In Her Shoes: Reflecting on Losing a Brother on 9/11
“It didn’t destroy us, it made us better people”
Women at Work: The Lifelong Endeavor of Classical Music
For Karissa Schivone, being raised in a family of classical musicians led to a career at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
In Her Shoes: Navigating Adulthood as the Child of an Alcoholic
Alcoholism is a “family illness”
Woman at Work: Finding Vintage Rugs for Modern Homes
Heather Cade believes a good rug makes a room, and scours the globe to find them