Greetings to all the lads and lassies from Lakeland Community College and Ursuline College who so graciously attended this weekend's programs. Congratulations to the Sigma Tau Delta Inductees at Ursuline and many thanks to the Western Reserve Spring Writer's Conference attendees at Lakeland.
As promised, here's links to all those essays I talked about:
From my Friday evening talk at Ursuline:
--Behold the miracle of corn chowder.
--What it's really like to sit in a bar at 5 a.m.
--When lawnmowers and Christmas lights converge.
--What my Mini Cooper, a floppy hat and Frosty the snowman have in common.
--And the "No Whining in Cleveland" column Fred Wright read from at the event along with an associated blog entry.
And from the "Turning Nonfiction into Creative Art" Saturday session at Lakeland:
--Musings on the Ohio Canal and an associated blog post.
--How about a naughty Barbie and some Big Girl Shoes?
--My love affair with the Cleveland Thinker, courtesy of Auguste Rodin.
Email me at eobnow[AT]yahoo[DOT]com if I've missed something. If anyone else out there is interested in having me as a speaker, there's information on that here.
Best of luck, best of words and best of life to everyone!