A friend pointed out to me this morning that I made a mistake in a recent post.
Oh, yeah. Writing about The Help, I got the author’s name wrong. She’s Kathryn Stockett (not Karen).
Names are important. That’s an error I really didn’t want hanging around on the web for the rest of the millennium.
So many thanks to my friend for bringing it to my attention.
Said friend, whose name is Nita Lou Bryant, and I have been reading each other’s stuff, off and on, for six years now. We met in a workshop sponsored by the Writers’ League of Texas. Nita’s writing has won several awards, including the WLT Novel Manuscript Contest and the Mozelle Memoir Contest. Her work has also been published in the Austin American-Statesman.
Now Nita is exploring other aspects of her creativity at Sedbi Design Studio. Among her creations so far are scarves, camisoles, purses, pillows, wall hangings, Fabricollages, Fabricards, even a Fabrimandala. Her portfolio appears on video at her website.
But for a closer look—and for the adventures behind the art—visit her blog, Studio Nita Lou.
Because Nita still makes fine art with words.
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Sounds great – what a Renaissance woman! Off to check out her website, Kathy…
I just now saw this post and am (temporarily!) rendered speechless, except to say thank you so very much, Kathy. And this: sincere congratulations on your well-deserved SCN star.
With a smile bigger than any emoticon can possibly convey,
Names are important and I am sure “Karen” would not want hers misspelled. The Help is certainly not a true picture of the Old South. I grew up during those days. Trust me.
I trust you,
Nice artwork by your critique partner.
I’ve only read The Help. Not all that interested
in the movie.
Totsy I read the book and saw the movie, I loved, loved the book, but the movies was a little to weak for me.
There are some very talented women here. I’m impressed!
Thanks for introducing us to Nita.
I checked out her blog, and WOW!!!! thank you Kathy !
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