Happy Birthday, Vessel!

Happy Birthday with "Bellota"

One year ago today, I posted my first blog entry!

Thanks to you, subscribers and faithful readers, “Vessel” is now an important part of my writing practice. Because of “Vessel:”

  • I meet a weekly deadline
  • I found a quiet place to write
  • we raised a stipend to support me through a completed draft of Vessels, my memoir-in-progress
  • an editor from one of my favorite magazines found her way to my work and invited me to write a feature article (details coming soon)

Click here to join Javier Solis and me in singing “Las Mañanitas.

Thank you for a great year!

Published in: on April 20, 2011 at 11:38 am  Comments (6)  

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  1. Happy Birthday to you and to Vessel, see you Friday to celebrate!

  2. Feliz cumpleanos!!!

  3. felicidades!

  4. Felicidades to you and Vessel. ¡Y que cuuumplasss muuuuchosss máaasssss!

  5. It’s a pleasure to read your entries and to share your accomplishments from the sidelines, Michelle. Here’s to the next wonderful year!

  6. Congratulations, Karen, and keep up the writing!

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