Writers: How Has the Pandemic Affected You?

🦠 COVID-19 has changed writers’ lives.
🦠 How are you coping with the pandemic?


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About Kathy Steinemann

Kathy Steinemann is a bird lover from the land of Atwood and Shatner. She loves words, especially when they’re frightening or futuristic or funny. Kathy’s website: KathySteinemann.com
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7 Responses to Writers: How Has the Pandemic Affected You?

  1. A. L. Kaplan says:

    This pandemic has hit a lot of people hard. In the first few months of the lock down, my brain turned to mush. Words refused to form. My writing ground to a halt. I cleaned the house, got rid of things I didn’t need, finally got a starter to survive, and learned to make sourdough bread.

    Literary creativity shifted to my old standby, sculpture, and Shrouded was born. This installation sculpture is dedicated to those lost to Covid. Pouring my heart into this piece helped me prosses some of what’s been happening around the world.

    This week, the US surpassed 500,000 deaths. I’m still struggling, but am finally getting back to regular writing.

  2. A. L. Kaplan says:

    Reblogged this on alkaplan and commented:
    How are you handling this Pandemic?
    I miss my family and friends.

  3. I haven’t done as much writing as I’d like, though I will say I’ve been spending a lot more time trying to promote my work online than I used to.

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