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A recent photograph of me

November 3, 2010

A picture of me.
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My work in progress

July 29, 2010

I am currently working on a book of short biographies of people who live in Ithaca.
The following articles are part of that work:

Books by Molly Daniels, aka Shouri Daniels, Molly Ramanujan

July 29, 2010

Fiction: Salt Doll, A City of Children,
Criticism: G.V. Desani, Writer and Worldview, The Prophetic Novel
Editor of several poetry and fiction journals
Author of The Clothesline Review Manual for Writers with 400 exercises and lessons.

I teach beginning and advanced poetry and fiction workshops, memoir and journalism.  We learn from reading great works of fiction and poetry. Founder Director of the The Clothesline School of Writing that has trained over 3,000 writers at the Department of Continuing Studies, University of Chicago and at the Clothesline School.

The Clothesline Review Manual for Writers “may be the single best book ever written for the blocked or beginning writer.” —Arts Indiana

Media on the Clothesline School of Writing

July 19, 2010

Some articles in the media on the Clothesline School of Writing:

“No Middle Ground” by Anne Gowen, Staff Writer,
Tempo, Chicago Tribune, November 18, 1994
“Opening Lines, by Karen Malay, New City, June 27–July 3, 1991.
“Don’t Forget to Write” by Editor Mary Ruth Yoe, The University of
Chicago Magazine, October,1990
Lou Centilivre, “The joy of discovery: finding dormant talent,”
Advertising Age, Forum, January 29, 1998
Bookworld, Chicago Tribune December 13, 1981
Molly M.cQuade, Chicago Magazine, January 1985
Chicago Magazine, January 1987,March 1987
The Chicago Literary Review, article and interview by by Gideon
D’Arcangelo, December 1986.
Chicago Tribune, May 27, 1988
Carleton Miscellany, Summer, 1980
Religious Studies Review, October 1979