I must apologize for another self-promotion, but it has been in the cards this month, I guess.
Matthew Peters, a wonderful writer, whose novel, Conversations Among Ruins, will be published by All Things That Matter Press this year, did an interview with me about my writing.
Please welcome DIANE DENTON, AKA D.M. DENTON, author of
A HOUSE NEAR LUCCOLI
Tell us a bit about yourself:
I grew up in Western New York and have been writing, drawing and painting, since I was a child. I’ve always been most content in my imagination. From my teens I was obsessed with English literature and drama, began to dream and then plan to get to the UK. I made no secret of feeling something or someone would keep me there. The opportunity to cross the Atlantic came in my junior year of college and I spent the spring semester of 1974 at Wroxton College in Oxfordshire, a 13th century Augustinian Priory turned Jacobean Manor on extensive grounds and part of a picture-postcard village by the same name. And, yes, I did end up living in England (in that same village)—for the next sixteen years, an experience that enriched and frustrated me, but which I’m so glad I had. I returned to the US in 1990 to a lovely rural area of Western New York where I live in a log cabin with my mom and five cats.
I answered nine more questions and invite you to read the full interview!
And while you are visiting Matt’s website, please have a look at his bio and pages about his upcoming publications.
I end by offering something more like my usual postings. I know a lot of you have seen it before, but I hope it brings a little sweetness and brightness to your day or night!
By the window
there’s a pot
to the scent as
to the sight;
one then two,
and five of a kind
with their eyes
some looking out
some looking in.