It’s my hope that you’ll think of this blog as a cozy cafe or a dusky pub where writers come to chat about the craft, their works in progress, and books they are reading. I’m thinking of a place where writers share ideas on what it means to be a Catholic writer in the present time, what it means to work towards writing as part of a tradition, and how to bring the eyes of faith to bear on all aspects of one’s craft. To that end, perhaps you might consider this blog “a clean well-lighted place” where writers can find “a room of their own” to breathe, think, write, and just “be” in. It’s a place to walk along with others on a similar journey towards living a literary life. I’m hoping to connect with other writers, readers, and even teachers of writing and reading, who share a passion for books and the writing life and who like to talk and read about such things.
And in case you’re wondering about the name…….Persephone Writes. It’s personal, but let’s just say it’s a way of describing one woman’s journey, writing her way out of darkness and into the light…….and if you don’t know about Persephone, you can read a bit about her here.
Hoping you’ll visit often and share your own happy gleanings on the craft in the com-box! Cheers!