Wendy W. Ralph

www.wendyralph.com

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The moment you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside…showing too much of yourself, that’s the moment when you may be starting to get it right.
"Make Good Art: Neil Gaiman’s Advice on the Creative Life"

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The Frank Martin Review

I’m thrilled to learn I’ll have a piece in the second issue of the fledgling Frank Martin Review. Look for “With Love” and consider sending work to this new journal. 

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MVICW Writers' Workshop / Martha's Vineyard

I was fortunate to attend the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing for their annual week-long event last summer. The workshops and reading were phenomenal and really, you’d be hard pressed to find a more inspiring location. I will certainly find my way back one day. Here is a photographic travelogue of my time spent on the lovely island.   

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Wendy Ralph's Story on STELLER #steller

Travel with me in this photographic diary to Sun Valley, Idaho—playground of the rich and famous. Sun Valley was made famous by Ernest Hemingway, who spent a great deal of time there in the 1930’s, but the halls of fame in The Sun Valley Lodge are covered with photographs that prove Hemingway was far from the only celebrity to appreciate Sun Valley. The destination isn’t too shabby for us “regular” folk either! 

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When we stop playing, we stop developing, and when that happens, the laws of entropy take over—things fall apart…When we stop playing, we start dying.
Play by Stuart Brown