Publications

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“Easy reading is damn hard writing.”

~Nathaniel Hawthorne~

I love to write, not because it is easy. Writing, for me, is like gardening would be to a master gardener who enjoys weeding, feeding and watering her creations as much as she enjoys the planting. As Mark Twain said, better than I can,”Work consists of whatever a body is obliged to do . . . Play consists of whatever a body is not obliged to do.”

Here are a few of my favorites published personal narratives.  Thanks for reading.

Along Came the Spider” from the Louisville Review, Spring 2016

 “The Most Difficult Conversation: Please Stop Driving.” Today’s Transitions Magazine, Summer 2015.

“When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble,” by Kimberly Crum, published by the New Southerner on-line literary magazine, December 2014.

Slouching Toward Self-Actualization,” by Kimberly Crum, published in 2014 by 94 Creations literary magazine.

“Falling,” by Kimberly Crum, published February 2013 in Today’s Woman Magazine.

 

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