May 28 2014
Dear 60-Year-Old Self,
You know that two-bedroom apartment you have in Florida, four blocks from the beach, for $750 a month? Take pictures: It’s a steal, and no one is ever going to believe you ever had it.
You should probably really ramp up your exercise program now. I mean the feeble effort you make at doing […]
Apr 29 2014
I presented my one-act play The Lost Child at StageWerx in San Francisco as a solo performance on April 28, 2014.
To see the video, go here.
To read the script, go here.
About Solo House:
Writing and Performing the One-Person Show
Solo House is an interactive workshop space where over the course of eight weeks you will write, develop, […]
Apr 29 2014
The Lost Child Script 140422
Apr 08 2014
A Day on the Bay
Apr 04 2014
The ride is on: April 7, San Francisco Bay Ferry, writing postcard poetry. Join me! (Artist-in-residence for a day.) You can follow me on twitter @mabwiddershins for details, or send me an email.
Here’s where I’ll be:
9:25 Alameda Depart
10:00 Pier 41 Arrive
10:15 Pier 41 Depart
10:50 Alameda Arrive
10:50 Alameda Depart
11:45 Pier 41 Arrive
noon to 12:30 – somewhere […]
Apr 04 2014
Here are some of my favorite photos of scenes of San Francisco Bay, photos I’ve taken since moving here in 2009. I’ll pick 10 of these for my “postcard poems” that I’ll be writing while I’m the SF Bay Ferry artist-in-residence-for-a-day April 7. Send me your comments via twitter (@madwiddershins, #sfbayday)
Mar 31 2014
Celebrating 2014 Poetry Month, I pulled together three years worth of postcard poems and created a Kindle book and one volume of poems, available on Amazon.
Mar 15 2014
Here’s my entry in the Chronicle Books second-annual Great Tumblr Book Search.
The Last Real Beer Drinker in America
Are real beer drinkers going the way of trees on Easter Island? Will we even know when the last REAL beer drinker is gone?
While there are still a few remaining, let us give them a nod, and listen to […]
Mar 12 2014
Posted in Medium.com March 9, 2014
Is this really the best available advice for unemployed women over age sixty?
How Hard Can It Be?
When I left my job last fall, I felt secure in my years of experience as a writer, editor, and conference manager. Surely it wouldn’t take me too long to find some new […]