I’m thrilled to be the second writer featured at Kate Meadows Writing and Editing “Artist and Writer Interviews” column. She asked insightful questions that challenged and inspired me. Thanks, Kate!
Elizabeth is one of those “true fans” and “true friends” I met online via the magic of WordPress. Her writing – her beauty of language and the lens through which she sees and appreciates the world – warmed me instantly, like a cup of sweet hot tea. I am delighted to share Beth’s gems of wisdom and words for this month’s Artist and Writer Interview series.
“Artist and Writer Interviews” spotlights working artists and writers – the spaces in which they work, where they find their inspiration, what makes them unique. I feature one artist or writer each month. If you are a working artist or writer who would like to be considered for this series, or if you want to recommend an artist or writer to interview for this series, please contact me.
Now, I turn the words over to Beth. May you be warmed, as I am, through her . . .
You can read the full interview here. Kate, currently based in Indiana, is the author of a book of personal essays, Tough Love: A Wyoming Childhood, as well as the memoir of a family business, Bucky’s: Stories and Recollections from 50 Years in Business. She has written for Writer’s Digest and has pieces forthcoming in Chicken Soup for the Soul. Kate’s professional services include editing, proofreading, speaking, writing workshops, writing personal histories, ghostwriting, and much more.