excerpt from Meet Your Fellow Trifectans
What is your name (real or otherwise)?
Veronica Haunani Fitzhugh
Describe your writing style in three words.
exploration of self
How long have you been writing online?
i’ve been keeping up this blog since late december 2012.
Which, if any, other writing challenges do you participate in?
trifecta, wordpress daily prompt, friday fictioneers
Describe one way in which you could improve your writing.
publish it 🙂
What is the best writing advice you’ve ever been given?
write what you know
Who is your favorite author?
How do you make time to write?
it’s an addiction.
Give us one word we should consider using as a prompt. Remember–it must have a third definition.
Direct us to one blog post of yours that we shouldn’t miss reading.
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Veronica Haunani Fitzhugh is an author, editor, activist and good friend keeping busy saving the world and sipping sweet tea on her front porch in Charlottesville, Virginia. She holds a BA in English from the University of Virginia. There, she won a Jefferson Cup for her story telling. She is a certified storyteller for nami’s In Our Own Voices project. She founded Peer Review, a literary and art magazine for the Charlottesville recovery community http://cvillepeerreview.wordpress.com/. Her work has appeared in Piker Press Magazine, Gadfly, Best New Poems, Blognostics, Beakful, and the women’s initiative’s Challenge into Change 2013 anthology. She blogs regularly at cvillewinter.wordpress.com, a page featured in wordpress’ freshly pressed twice, and also guest blogs at other sites.
Currently looking for publishers for my poetry anthology “Avocados Rhyme With” and my flash fiction anthology “Mucho Aloha.”
Also, if you would like me to review or edit your pieces, check out my editor page vedits.wordpress.com.
Update 1/18/15 I wrote and self-published an e-chapbook of 11 haiku called 7-5-7 on kindle this morning. It can be downloaded to your pc, if you do not have a kindle. It costs 99 cents. Thank you for supporting my writing! I love ya like I love expensive macaroni and cheese and cheap hot dogs.