#FeatureFriday – Leslie Muzingo

Take a break, get inspired, and learn a bit more about Leslie Muzingo. Here is our twist on an interview.

  • A quote that inspires you:

  • Your writing process described as a song: Theme from The Lonesome Dove
  • You’re a writer so tell us with your words why you write. But please don’t bore us:

Because it doesn’t require bending.

  • What is a recent story or poem you’ve had published elsewhere that we should read?

A Story in Two Parts” published in the anthology  The Forgotten and the Fantastical 4 by Mother’s Milk Books


Former bartender, waitress, lawyer, high school teacher, census taker, and wanderer. Loves dogs AND cats. Plays penny whistle and bowed psaltry — both badly. Excellent bead weaver, adequate quilter. Superb pie baker. Please send me rhubarb and I will love you forever!

Website: http://sootfoot5.wordpress.com/
Twitter:  @sootfoot5

See you next week, with another not-so-typical interview.

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Grace Black

Grace Black mingles with words as she navigates this realm.

6 thoughts on “#FeatureFriday – Leslie Muzingo”

  1. Thank you, Cathy MacKenzie! Yes, I think “The Last” is a bit gothic, as you say. Mynachang, it is so nice to hear from someone who has read “A Story in Two Parts.” I’m so pleased you liked it; it is one of my favorites of the stories I’ve written. I felt really honored to be included in that anthology. Paula, thanks for your support, as always!


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