The first drafts of Harshman's work go into spiral notebooks. Marc Harshman -- West Virginia's poet laureate and a childrens book author -- also lives in Wheeling. Here is my newspaper feature about what it's like to lead a poet's life.
"She jumped." Nora Edinger, "Suspended Aggravation" Me in January promo shot, a couple of weeks before Suspended Aggravation began posting as a serial release in Weelunk magazine. Other than a season at home with our children, I have had the mixed blessing of writing professionally since I was 23. ("Mixed" in that the work… Continue reading A writerly reckoning: Was a patron-supported, serialized book release a good thing?
Hello from Appalachia! Here I am next to the Wheeling Suspension Bridge in not-so-sunny Wheeling, W.Va. Wish you were here. 😉 "Suspended Aggravation" made West Virginia Public Radio today. Thankfully, journalist Eric Douglas helped me not sound like too much of a dork. 🙂 If you'd like to listen, link here.
Image by Weelunk.com photographers Thanks so much to those of you who have already read the first chapter of Suspended Aggravation -- my new novel done in a Wheeling, West Virginia-centric way. But, if you missed it, it is live on Weelunk.com magazine and it's FREE! In this week's release of chapter 1, I hope… Continue reading In case you missed it — FREE LINK to new novel is live
Suspended Aggravation -- my new novel done in a Wheeling, West Virginia-centric way -- is live today. In this week's release of chapter 1 (on Weelunk.com), I hope you'll "fall" for main characters Gabe and Allie. 🙂 Watch this site or NoraEdingerBooks on Facebook (scroll down on this page to see this) for a link… Continue reading FREE READ — Chapter 1 of “Suspended Aggravation” live today!