autobiography

When Breathe Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Reviewed by Lauren Jahn When taking a birthing class, it is often recommended to pack plenty of comfort items. By preselecting loved objects, it is supposed to ease the tension of labor. Following instructions, I packed essential oils, coloring books, silly Putty, and a book about a dying man. When Breath Becomes Air accompanied me… Continue reading When Breathe Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

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Let’s Chat with Poet and Artist Robert Erlandson

Today we have a very special interview with poet and artist Robert Erlandson by fellow author Carol Smallwood. Smallwood is a literary reader, judge, and interviewer who recently published a poetry collection¬†Patterns: Moments in Time. Smallwood: A member of Michigan Writers, you were born in Detroit; what other places have you lived or traveled? Do… Continue reading Let’s Chat with Poet and Artist Robert Erlandson