Writing Prompt: Why Can’t I Be More Like Hemingway?
In this month's essay, Why Can't I Be More Like Hemingway?, Stephanie McGhee reflects on what kind of writer she'd be if her life was more like Ernest Hemingway's. She writes, "Unlike Hemingway's work space, so sacred that people had to tiptoe past it, mine isn't separate from the house. It's off the kitchen with no door."
If you could live in anyone's life, whose would it be? What would your slice of life look like?
Merle Huerta, an army chaplain’s wife, is the mother of a blended family of thirteen children. During her husband’s combat deployments, she co-authored articles appearing in the Jerusalem Post and National Review. She has a Masterï¿½s from Columbia University in Instructional Media and Technology and a Certificate in Nonfiction from The Writers Institute at CUNY. She lives at the U.S. Military Academy in New York. “Tuesday Mornings” is her first solo publication.
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