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Creative Process essay by Colleen McKee

I met Colleen McKee through a St. Louis poetry workshop “Loosely Identified.” Colleen, a St. Louisan, is the author of a collection of poetry, My Hot Little Tomato (Cherry Pie, 2007). She also co-edited Are We Feeling Better Yet? Women Speak About Health Care in America (PenUltimate, 2008). Her Riehlife Poem-of-the-Day “Natural Causes” originally appeared […]

Riehlife Poem-of-the-Day: “Natural Causes” by Colleen McKee

I met Colleen McKee through a St. Louis poetry workshop “Loosely Identified.” Colleen, a St. Louisan, is the author of a collection of poetry, My Hot Little Tomato (Cherry Pie, 2007). She also co-edited Are We Feeling Better Yet? Women Speak About Health Care in America (PenUltimate, 2008). “Natural Causes” originally appeared in Criminal Class […]

2010 Meramec’s Writing Festival: Taking Care, Medicine for the Mind

What: 2010 Meramec Writing Festival When: April 6 and 7 Where: Meramec, one of five St. Louis Community Colleges. 11333 Big Bend Rd. St. Louis, MO 63122-5720 314-984-7500 website: www.stlcc.edu Meramec’s Writing Festival is not to be missed. Just one of the many fascinating sessions features Anne Earney and Colleen McKee: “Are We Feeling Better […]