This episode James and Colleen talk with T.J. Burns, author of Writing Wild: Crafting the Pagan Memoir.
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T.J. has been writing stories, poems and bad one-act plays for as long as she can remember. At midlife, and after many other career paths, she turned once again to her first love – writing. In 2008 she earned a MFA in Writing from Goddard College. Today writing is both her passion and her profession.
T.J.’s publications include “Writing Wild: Crafting the Pagan Memoir” and “The Ones Who Dance Alone: Full Moon Celebrations for the Solitary Witch”
She is currently working on another non-fiction book titled “Slow the Wheel: A Crone’s Guide for Savoring the Season” and a novel, “Meeting Ganesh at the Silverlake Mall.”
T.J. Teaches memoir writing online and is available for one-on-one instruction.
She publishes her pagan books through the Pagan Writers Press.
T.J. also writes fiction under the name Tammie J. Burnsed. Check out her short story
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