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Gay Degani
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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE: From Peanuts to Programming to Plotting
by Sybil Johnson The first thing I remember
wanting to be was a cartoonist. I spent hours drawing the Peanuts gang, copying
what I saw every day in the comics of the newspaper, dreaming about
creating my own strip one day. As a kid, I never once
thought abo...

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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE:
by Sara Lippmann “You should only listen to yourself, that’s your only
job, really, as an artist, even if you are completely wrong, that’s what an
artist does, listen to one’s self.” Gael Garcia Bernal in Mozart in the Jungle If you haven’t seen Mozart in t...

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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE: The Day the World Ended
by Walter Giersbach My
world had no endings when I was 13 in that Oregon farming and logging town.   Only beginnings.   Fields and groves were endlessly green,
streams flowed forever and asphalt roads led to new sights.   Life was a page of Dylan Thomas’s p...

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Len Joy shares his Journey to Planet Write today from Iron Man to Boswell to Building a Birdhouse!!! Check it out, leave a comment, share with Renaissance men and women everywhere.

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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE: It’s a Journey, Not a Destination
by Len Joy Ironman Competition at Lake Coeur d'Alene At 6 a.m. I wade into
the frigid waters of Lake Coeur d’Alene with 2,500 triathletes. I have trained
for this Ironman competition for fifteen months. The winds are brisk, the water
choppy, and it has star...

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Robert Vaughan shares his Journey to Planet Write at Words in Place today. Find out about this much honored writer of flash and poetry.

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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE: The Sound of Rushing Waters
by Robert Vaughan I will never forget the first
time I was called FAGGOT. I used it in the premise for
the poem called “What Some Boys Do” (included in my book, Addicts & Basements) . You see I was too young to know what that
word meant. What I did know: me...

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JOURNEY TO PLANET WRITE: From Zero to 60 and Then Sum
by Nancy Cole
Silverman Nellie Bly Growing up, I wanted
to be the next Nellie Bly, a nineteenth-century investigative reporter who would risk it all for a story. In grade school,
convinced I was going to be a journalist, I launched my own newspaper and wrot...

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I have a story up at Bartleby: The Spoon-holder.

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