Monthly Archives: October 2012

Author Joy Kogawa on Healing Old Ghosts

As part of my ongoing series about “laying the children’s ghosts to rest,” I thought readers would find this article interesting. Author Joy Kogawa is known to millions for her novel Obasan, which deals partly with the story of Japanese … Continue reading

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Autumn in New Denver

1. A Vintage Beauty Recently the girl at our local hardware store, knowing I’m a writer, offered me an old typewriter. Although somewhat of a historian, I’m not in the habit of collecting artifacts. But there was a special allure … Continue reading

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