March 27, 2018

In the middle of working on a set of personal essays about motherhood, I was eager to read Michael Chabon’s Moonglow, a novel structured as a memoir. Although in the Acknowledgements, Chabon calls the book a “pack of lies”, it reads like something true in all the most important ways.  In a talk he gave last November in Rochester, New York, as part...

March 14, 2018

For the first half of my career, writing was an occasional activity.  I submitted annual reports.  I wrote performance reviews for my staff.  I drafted policies.  But when I started a consulting firm in 1996, I began to write for a living. Our ‘deliverable’ was a report based on research and observations during on-site visits.   In our reports, we...

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