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Saturday, June 20, 2009

"Down Home" by Tricia Sanders at Sasee

Harvey House, Kansas City Union Station
Woohoo and Congrats to my critique friend Tricia Sanders who has her essay "Down Home" published in print and online for Sasee magazine.

I had the pleasure of reading it in its formative stages, and I love seeing it published. If you're nostalgic for the soft summer days of your childhood, this essay will take you there. Have a Grape Nehi, settle back, and go "Down Home."

6 comments:

BECKY said...

How awesome for the "other Tricia"...and for you, for posting this exciting news, in her honor!!
I read her story and it was very sweet. Tricia has some of the same fond memories of her grandma's house that I have of my grandma's! Lovely!

Tricia Grissom said...

Yep. It's the perfect time of year for it.

irishoma said...

Congrats, Tricia S. I'll have to check it out.
Donna

Writer Chick said...

Thanks. I hope you enjoy it.

And Tricia, thanks for posting...

Janet said...

I read and enjoyed "Down Home". All my childhood I was 'down home.' My family, my grandma and aunts and uncles all lived on the same country road. It was a wonderful time to grow up in.

Tricia Grissom said...

No problem. Great job, Tricia. I love this one.