The following story was written by Lori Hudson, a long-time member of Writing at the Ledges, at our May meeting where we were given the prompt: “She never should have gotten that tattoo.” It was such a great story, we decided to post it here for your reading pleasure. We hope it will inspire you [...]
We will celebrate the new Voices from the Ledges anthology at a book launch party from 12 noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 1 at the Everybody Reads bookstore, 2019 East Michigan Avenue in Lansing. Many of the more than 20 authors will be on hand to chat, sign books and read selections from [...]
Writing at the Ledges has produced its third anthology, Voices from the Ledges. More than 20 authors contributed to the anthology, which includes short stories, poems and personal essays. Some of the pieces will tug at your heartstrings, others will tickle your funny bone, and still more will spark and emotional connection to another place [...]
Ray Walsh wrote a wonderful, extremely thorough review for the Lansing State Journal today. Not only did he give Small Towns a glowing endorsement, but it appears he mentioned all of us by name.
Here is a children’s story that I wrote a few months back. I hope you enjoy it. One bright, sunny morning, three year old, Calie Mouse wandered into her older sister’s room. Adria had told Calie many times not to go into her room. Adria being five years older than Calie, did not want her [...]