Author Archives: Amy Nicholson
My attempt to add some levity to the topic of clutter in today’s post on Little Town Writer’s Guild. Click here to read.
“Redemption” I really am sorry So I came home screwed up realized I don’t need to leave. I still need more training actively seeking (practicing?) joy. But sometimes, joy sneaks up on you, and isn’t that fun! We have a … Continue reading
My Penzu online journal reminded me via email of this snowy day I wrote about five years ago. Uncanny how different-but-the-same it is from today.
Come visit the King of Kings with me in this blog post on Dappled Things.
New Year’s Day, 2022. Way back in December, a few of us writers connected to The Little Town Writer’s Guild submitted some thoughts on the new year. I sent in a blurb on my focus word for 2022: JOY. The … Continue reading
Making time for Advent on the Clerestory podcast today. Listen here. (Click on the link, click on the screen, click on the podcast. 3 clicks and we’re connected!)
One of my writer blessings from this year has been publication in a variety of places. Today, Steven Fowler, the editor of the Hindsight 2020 book, posted excerpts from my essay “Lockdown Hope” on Facebook and Instagram. I’m thankful for … Continue reading
I have a new post up at the Little Town Writer’s Guild website! Find it here.
The latest issue of The Perch, the mental health creative arts journal published by Yale’s Program for Recovery and Community Health, launches online today and you’re invited! It’s my honor to be reading one of my poems, “Garden Rebellion,” for … Continue reading
I’m so excited to share this post I wrote for a new (to me) site, Dappled Things. It’s about autumn, writing, and holiness in the in-between.