Meghan Duke is a doctoral student in theology. She hails from the First State (that's Delaware) and writes from Virginia.
For Claire Swinarski, becoming a children’s fiction author required equal parts creativity, curiosity, discipline, and tenacity.
In the Merchant Marine, Margaret Handel is honing a craft both intellectually challenging and concrete.
Ceramic artist Maryfrances Carter creates works of art to hold and touch and use and see
“It didn’t destroy us, it made us better people”
For Karissa Schivone, being raised in a family of classical musicians led to a career at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Alcoholism is a “family illness”
Heather Cade believes a good rug makes a room, and scours the globe to find them