Happy Monday, Everybody, and Welcome June!
Please join me this week for a conversation with Cynthia Jones, a fascinating woman who works by day as an attorney and still manages to find the time to write a book—it’s almost done—that’s part history and part memoir about her hometown Hanford, Washington, the site of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation where the Trinity bomb and the bomb dropped on Nagasaki were manufactured.
I met Cynthia Jones in my very first writing workshop at Antioch. I remember being impressed with both her moving family memoir essay and her thorough and thoughtful feedback. We did not meet again until after we both graduated, two years later, in a workshop with …
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P.S. Do you know a fabulous woman over 50 you’d like to share this with? Please forward!