Category Archives: Writing

Come See Pomona’s Trio – June 7th

I’m thrilled to announce that on Sunday, June 7 at 3 pm, Pomona’s Trio will be giving a concert at the Stone Jug House in Biglerville, PA at 3 pm. Reservations are required, with a $15 donation requested at the … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Ann Imig

Founder and National Director of Listen To Your Mother by Lisa Cadigan I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Ann Imig about the Listen To Your Mother show coming to a city near you this spring, and her book, … Continue reading

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Glitter & Glue for GOOD: A Fundraiser for the Adams County Arts Council

This post was originally published at http://adamsarts.org. “If you had asked me, after I graduated college, whose voice I would hear in my head for the rest of my life, I’d have said some combination of my dad’s and my … Continue reading

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Reading Rare Bird

Inspired Writers Series: Anna Whiston Donaldson, author of Rare Bird by Lisa Cadigan I am honored to be an early reader of Anna Whiston-Donaldson’s memoir, Rare Bird, and to have the opportunity to share my thoughts with you about it … Continue reading

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Just Puttin’ It Out There

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by Lisa Cadigan A couple of my essays have been picked up by other blogs over the past few weeks, which I find rather exciting.  One of the essays I wrote over a year ago, which just proves the enduring … Continue reading

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Once upon a time…

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by Lisa Cadigan Friends – I am thrilled to be volunteering as the co-curator of the Adams County Arts Council’s blog with my friend and colleague, Karen Hendricks of Hendricks Communications.  We are launching the new blog with an online … Continue reading

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Toot Your Horn

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It’s As Easy As Counting To Four by Lisa Cadigan   I’m a believer that our actions and words have impact beyond our greatest imaginings.  We all have stories of one kind word that changed the course of our day, … Continue reading

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The Journal Project

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by Arwen Faulkner One of the best birthday gifts I’ve ever received was a diary with a lock and key. It wasn’t much to look at, really, just a simple white plastic-covered notebook with the word DIARY embossed in gold-coloured … Continue reading

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The Thaw

by Lisa Cadigan It’s been a long, snowy winter here.   Long, snowy winters tend to not be the greatest for my mental state, but since I am aware of this fact, I think the toll has been less so than … Continue reading

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Paying It Forward

by Lisa Cadigan One of the magical things about the internet is the power it gives us to reach out to people with whom our paths may not otherwise cross.  My path recently intersected with a young woman named Anna … Continue reading

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