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Meg's Latest Blogs

Nov.17.2013 - 11:30 am
After I read in the New York Times that The Golden Notebook author Doris Lessing, who won the 2007 Nobel Prize for Literature, passed away this morning, I...
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Aug.20.2013 - 8:48 am
I heard on NPR this morning that Elmore Leonard passed away, and immediately thought of his wonderfully funny – and simply wonderful – 10 Tips for Writers. What I didn’t know...
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Aug.14.2013 - 11:11 am
Two Emmys.  Six Grammys.   Over four hundred career awards, a record eight American Music Awards in a single year.  Whitney Houston was the first of any musical act...
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Aug.01.2013 - 11:04 am
Willoughby cutting a lock of Marianne's hair (Scandolous!)
One true story I perhaps shouldn’t admit: The original title for my first novel, The Language of Light, was “Emma.” My dear friend and mentor Madeleine Mysko...
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Comments from Meg

Aug.06.2013 - 9:52 am
In response to: How I spent my summer vacation
Glad to hear the novel is coming along!
Dec.06.2012 - 10:38 pm
In response to: Streetcars and Desire, Tennessee Williams and Writing
Glad you both enjoyed the post. His writing is definitely something to aspire to.
Oct.22.2011 - 9:12 am
In response to: Murders, Mayhem, and Moxie: Litquake Women's Night 2011
This was SO MUCH FUN!
Mar.07.2011 - 11:04 am
In response to: Writing a Novel is Like Paddling a Bathtub
Alas, my drain appears to be open this morning... Meg Waite Clayton bestselling author of the THE FOUR MS. BRADWELLS (...
Dec.07.2010 - 12:09 pm
In response to: A Date which will Live in Infamy, and the Value of a Word
Thank you, Kathy! I'm a long-ago history major who never abandoned that love, so quite enjoyed making a little foray...