Contemporary Fiction Novelist, Short Fiction Writer, & Poet Donna Thompson has joined the Spring 2014 JUZDIZRTS Author Event!
Donna Thompson is a Montessori teacher turned writer. Through networking, a conglomerate of conferences, practice and workshops she has acquired a style of writing that is contemporary. She likes to think, innovative. Her first published book is based on experience, readings, humans, and a full bar of imagination. She enjoys all creative opportunities and is learning to market, painfully.
Thompson loves kayaking, running and sports, as time allows. To dance, sing, learn and give back has always been and continues to be a most fulfilling enterprise. She enjoys conversations of all sorts. Laundry and household chores keep her grounded and humble along with contemplating the universe.
Local Human Mother Releases Anthology That Explores Our Hilarious Attempts to Control the Chaos in Our Lives. 12 stories, 12 doses of reality, 12 quirky perspectives, all strung together to reveal the glitches that curb our future plans and make us second guess the reality we’ve been so hastily shoved into. Through a compilation of short stories written with an elegant prose, Thompson defines the chaos that surrounds our daily lives by revealing the quirks and nuances that always seem to catch us off-guard. Humans are a stubborn species—we simply refuse to accept that our reality is not working in league with us. We make future plans, and then are surprised when something unexpected comes up and changes everything, imagine.
“We purchase a chocolate fudge sundae and ask for many spoons. In this way we envision the just in desserts, sweetness shared, caloric intake spread widely. Authors share with the community more than mere words with a heat that may just melt that ice cream.You will find round, square, oval shaped spoons, straws and hopefully a snow shovel or umbrella. Let your weapon of choice be a tool for the ultimate connection and indulgence. Bring the work to life through your own interpretations, associations and values for a shop sign that says “Come On In We Are Open” to creative expression, freedom in speech. Know and feel for a few hours the power of imagination, the draw of innovation and the purity and passion of literary pursuits. Those new tires, house renos and school fees will seem, some how, bearable or at least shared human essentials. Thanks to M.J., her staff and the community for releasing the written word and voice beyond academia, the library and the home for an experience that examines a storehouse of possibilities through our authors.”