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Katherine Forster
Seeking to speak of the stars.
Seeking to speak of the stars.
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I wrote this during NaPoWriMo this past spring. It’s probably one of my favorites. =) Where have you come from, child of stars? What power glows in that beating heart? What far-off sun do you call home? What songs are coursing in your bones? Why do you…
Starchild | A Poem
Starchild | A Poem
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Happenings, books, and music from the summer.

Well, I’m back. Hello again! I know I haven’t blogged very much this summer, so I’m just going to do a wrap-up post for the entire summer and hopefully that will also serve as explanation for why I’ve been rather absent. Things That Happened   I wrote a…
Summer 2018 || Wrap-Up
Summer 2018 || Wrap-Up
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This is literally the best giveaway ever.

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I was going to put a lot more books with much shorter descriptions, but I ended up with four books/series and very long descriptions. Such is life, I guess.

I’m a huge fan of nonfiction, but my first love was stories. I’m a firm believer in the power and necessity of stories (and all kinds of art!). They’re immensely valuable for Christians. With that in mind, here are four of my favorite fiction books and…

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Some great websites I've found for Christian writers, artists, and other creatives.

A central theme of this blog is, of course, creativity. I’d call myself an author, writer, artist, or poet as the mood strikes, and so would many of you. As has been mentioned elsewhere, many times, there’s a dearth of good Christian (mainstream) art.…

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"It's a terrifying picture: God's righteous judgment manifested. Dead bodies and bones scattered around the altar of the idol they worshiped."

I just started reading through Ezekiel, first because I’m in between Bible study projects, and second because I started reading through the whole Bible last January and I’d rather like to finish it sometime. The other day I was in Ezekiel 6. Like so much…
It Ends In Death
It Ends In Death
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The first time I listened to Sara Groves’ song “Scientists In Japan,” I laughed. It’s a rather quirky, whimsical illustration of how technology is moving forward, of our collective surprise as again and again “you see science fiction ain’t fiction no…
Who’s Gonna Stay?
Who’s Gonna Stay?
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Hard to believe it’s the last week–last day, actually–of this year’s NaPoWriMo. It always goes by so fast. I’ve grown up in Florida, but it feels like I’m just now beginning to appreciate the beauty that is my state. And as much as I can’t wait to go to…

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This one's for all the fellow writers and other artists.

I was very conflicted on which poem to post this week. Honestly, most of what I wrote wasn’t that great, or else not something I’d ever share. The business of writers is words; but words need to have something behind them. You can’t just write for the…

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I forgot on Monday. :P But here's another product of #NaPoWriMo2018

I was lying awake last night when I suddenly realized I never posted anything on Monday. This shall now be remedied, albeit two days late. did you forget what the stars look like from here? caught in the hastening blur and the glare of rushing headlights,…
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