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I remember you as the girl that wore overalls, with long red hair, usually barefoot, at 914/916 Chelten Avenue in Philly in the early 70’s. If I recall you married a film director in NYC and had a gallery.
Somewhere I have a picture of the mural of the girl in the sailboat you drew on my bedroom wall and a drawing you did in my journel.
Always knew you’d succeed in whatever you did!
Best to you!
Lyn (Jung) Huffman-yes I married that crazy guy that drove me nuts , we’ve been together since the early 70’s, go figure) Our daughter, Julia, has the first ever yoga studio/bar in Brooklyn called the Cobra Club and will marry Eric Kingrea (a budding play write) in October.
I came to your website via Rosemont’s Push to Publish website where I found that you are one of the panelists. I graduated from Rosemont with an MFA a couple of years ago. It’s a great program. I’m not going to be able to make it to Push to Publish this year, but I just wanted to say “I’m sorry I missed you there.”
I’m in your Monday morning teacher’s circle at CCP in case you didn’t make the connection 🙂
Hi Catherine/Kitsy,I was just on the utopYA website and it looks like we’ve been paired to share our exhibitor table! I write YA steampunk adventures with a touch of romance and this will be the first time I’m exhibiting at utopYA (I attended the con for the first time last summer). Did you exhibit last year?Looking forward to meeting you,Nooce
Catherine, just finished Ruby my second foresees novel. I was intrigued from the first page to the last. The characters names were believable the story line was great it kept me anchored to the story and you made them seem like people I knew. I’m looking forward to other books. Thank you for the journeys.