From Saturn to Uranus: Just a Smidge of Snow Here in Boston

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Well, it sure feels like Boston’s bending over for this one.

I’m blogging to you from the AWP Conference, and every time I peek outside, the layers are getting deeper, the sky is a dirty white haze, and the flakes are tossing and twirling like Winter Storm Saturn couldn’t decide which way to blow, and so is just doing the nasty directly over Boston.

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Boston March 2013 Winter Storm Saturn beginning to accumulate.

I’m excited to give you a rundown of my favorite panels as well as give away some swag I picked up at the conference.

That will all be online next week.

In the meantime, here is a snow photo and a snapshot of author and expert Ned Stuckey-French as he closes out my favorite panel of the conference (so far!): Progression by Digression: Multiple Narrative Lines in Creative Nonfiction. I’ll be giving away a copy of an essay collection he edited (and signed for you!) when I review that panel next week.

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Ned Stuckey-French at my favorite panel so far: Progression by Digression: Multiple Narrative Lines in Creative Nonfiction.

Gotta run. So many panels, and wishing I could creative multiples of myself to catch the many great panels occurring simultaneously!

Love, Marla

One Comment on “From Saturn to Uranus: Just a Smidge of Snow Here in Boston

  1. O M G! You’re still getting snow in MARCH???

    That said, we’re still getting mid-summer weather at this end of the world. It’s insane. And no, I’m not rubbing it in. The drought is actually getting really bad, and the farms are NOT doing well. We’re on mains water, but our friends down the road aren’t, and they’re having to get water trucked in as their tanks are empty.

    Here’s to a switch of the seasons for both of us soon – spring for you and autumn (and rain!) for us!

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