Susie MeserveWriter, mother, and more
by Susie Meserve
Winner of the 2018 Blue Light Book Award from Blue Light Press
“When Robert Frost defined a poem as being a “momentary stay against confusion,” he was referring to poems like those in Susie Meserve’s collection Little Prayers. These are poems of love, loss, and beauty, but more importantly, how these matter in a life where time is fleeting.” — Michelle Bonczek Evory, author of The Art of the Nipple
More Than a Mother: On my Blog
We made it through two weeks of homeschooling, two weeks of working from home with two kids around, two weeks of The Spring of the Virus. Even if the Shelter in Place order lasts into summer, into fall—God forbid—it will be springtime in my mind when my future wise...
[ASIDE: Reader, I'm not happy with the aesthetics of my blog posts. I tried to make the font larger for better readability, but then things looked even more catty-wonkus. If there are any Wordpress mavens out there, please drop me a line, yo?] At the end of last...
Didja notice I skipped a week of Vegetarian Dinners That Don't Suck? Forgive me. It's summer, and we wrapped up the school year with a two-night camping trip in the Sierra foothills, came home for two nights and went camping again. So last week was a wash. Camping...
Teaching & Speaking
Author photos © Kelly Lynn James