8: Writing, Wonder & Words with Lisa Marguerite Mora
Guest Lisa Marguerite Mora has won prizes for poetry and fiction. She conducts workshops and offers literary services at www.barringtoneditorial.com.
Work published includes Rattle, Literary Mama, Public Poetry Series, California Quarterly, Cultural Weekly, Rebelle Society, The Urban Howl, Serving House Journal, a Blue Mountain Arts Poetry Prize.
In 2017, First Place winner Micro Fiction for Dandelion Press the artwork of Lori Preusch, and the 14th and 26th Moon Prize for Writing in a Woman’s Voice in 2017 and 2018.
Shopping around a first novel, she has caught the attention of top agents.
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What do you want listeners to know about you?
What is important to me in the work I do is learning to trust the magic of creativity but also working to communicate with clarity through the printed word, as well as delving for the wisdom each of us carries as writers.
I seek to help a writer recognize what they do well and also where they could be clearer. Sometimes what they do well, surprises them. I approach my work with others writers as a writer myself though I'm also trained in editing.
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