Action, Atlanta, Awareness, Beauty, Classism, Community, Compassion, Connection, Courage, Creativity, the Deep South, Homelessness, Ordinary People, Privilege, Social Justice in a series of Short Stories about coffee with a heavy dash of snark. Check out Erin Sandlin, ladies and gentlemen.
I’ve been pushing my own envelope these past few months, offering small challenges to what I thought I could do. First, there were the little chapbooks of poetry, just to get a feel for putting a book through the e-publishing process. Then, recently, I published something a little more serious. No One Has Such a Dog is something of a pet project–the pun was completely intentional. Although it’s very new, those who’ve read it seem to love it as much as I do. But I’ve never really tried my hand at fiction, not seriously. It frightens me a little, in a way only other writers will understand. No, I’m not hiding under my bed. But I have stayed away from it, from even trying to write stories that I put my name on and seriously presented to the world.
What Ordinary People Can DO
Well, I grew tired of steering…
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