About Sam Turner

Sam Turner retired from teaching art for the Tucson Unified School District and immersed himself in writing and astronomy and in helping others enjoy these activities. He leads senior writing classes for Pima College's adult education series and co-published This Might Help for those who are grieving the loss of children.

Self-Publishing Books on Grief, Part Two

This week, as we continue our series of interviews with authors who have self-published, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Turner about This Might Help, the book he and his wife Phyllis put together. Like author Janice Urie, who we interviewed last week, Sam and Phyllis have experience with the grief of losing a … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Writing and Publishing Personal Essays by Sheila Bender

This week I am sharing an excerpt from my new book Writing and Publishing Personal Essays, just out from Silver Threads in San Diego. The excerpt demonstrates the power of extended metaphor for writing the essay. **** Telling It How It Never Was to Find Out How It Is One of the exercises you can … Continue reading

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