It’s not that I’ve forgotten about this conversation, it’s that I wasn’t sure what to do with it. I started this blog when my mind was full of the Tibetan plains and chiru and endangered species.
I’m still interested in endangered species and those who work to save such creatures, but I’m also interested in the food revolution that seems to be taking place in our country, and how it shows up in urban farms and schoolyard gardens.
And I’m interested in issues about writing and the writing life. So it has seemed that a blog called “Chiru Journal” might be misleading to you, and it’s feeling limiting to me. I have been meeting some wonderful non-fiction writers in the past year and hope to share some interviews with them. I also want to have some conversations about writing fiction, building a world that calls to readers. And I hope to think about how to nourish the writer in us when we are not writing.
I hope you’ll jump on over Writing Around, my new blog, and join me there for a stop on “My Writing Process” Blog Tour.