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About Rhonda

Rhonda Douglas is the author of Welcome to the Circus: Stories, Some Days I Think I Know Things: The Cassandra Poems and How to Love a Lonely Man. She’s a writer with a day-call, an editor and writing mentor.

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  • Negotiating Writing Boundaries with Loved Ones

    “L'enfer, c'est les autres”… or “Hell, is other people.” So wrote Jean-Paul Sartre, back in the first half of the twentieth century. The quote comes from an existentialist play that takes place in Hell. (Sartre of course was the partner
  • Karen Richards: Between Mud and Lotus

    Carl Jung wrote, “The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.” Over the past year, sheltering in place beneath the shadow of COVID, I reclaimed myself, channeling memories into the vessel of memoir, excavating the remains
  • Christy Ann Conlin: Writing at The Speed of Mercy

    Busy Women on Writing Books This is the 11th instalment in a new interview series on writing, profiling women writers who’ve written and published books while also working, parenting, volunteering, caring for family, attending school, and ALL OF THE THINGS.