Gosh, summer has me so far behind that I didn't even mention that in July I became President of the Frederick Chapter of MWA. Here's some of what's going on there... In two days, the Chapter will be hosting a reading and open mic night at Sky Stage in Frederick. Short article about it: http://towncourier.com/urbana/mwa-hosts-open-mic-at-sky-stage/. We'll … Continue reading MWA Happenings
This is the first month my articles have appeared in the Urbana Town Courier. http://towncourier.com/urbana/author/kari-martindale/ Enjoy!
On Saturday, I met the editor of the Urbana Courier for coffee (well, sparkling water, to be exact). I'll be writing for the paper, beginning with the June issue. I look forward to hooking up with people and organizations tied to Urbana!
Here's a link to the recent article that Urbana Town Courier published about the Frederick Chapter of the Maryland Writers' Association... http://towncourier.com/urbana/frederick-chapter-maryland-writers-association/
Well, it's been a while since I've taken a trip, so I'm taking a trip. My daughter Sequoia and I will be heading to Germany, where I'll be doing some research for the June's Hat manuscript and Sequoia will be maintaining her German. Some Guy's Hat won't be traveling with us, though. We'll be gone from 04-22 … Continue reading Takin’ a trip
Last weekend, I joined three others in assuming the duties of Chapter officers for Maryland Writers' Association. We're super excited! The Chapter’s officers are Lisa V. Proulx (President), Kari Martindale (Vice President) (That's me), Jeff Reynolds (Treasurer), and Pattie Hughes (Secretary). Here we are, looking excited.
Last year, I volunteered at the Baltimore Book Festival, manning the Maryland Writers' Association table for one shift. I'll be back again this year, a week from today! See below and come stop by!! Friday, September 28, 2018 11:00 am - 3:00 pm: Kari will be at the Baltimore Book Festival, at the Baltimore Inner … Continue reading Visit me at the Baltimore Book Festival!
I'm going to blog here periodically, but my first post is going to be totally lazy: I'm linking to a blog post I've written about editing rhyme. I personally have been tinkering with my own rhyme, but I've been spending quite a bit of time editing rhyme for others lately. So here goes: http://karilogue.com/editing-rhyme/ Now … Continue reading First blog post about rhyme and reason