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Welcome to the New Writers Circle Blog

Blog in typescript lettersWelcome to the new location of The Writers Circle blog. I hope everyone who was following judithlindbergh.wordpress.com has found us here and will start following, subscribing, contributing and more.

You can “follow us”, subscribe by email or click on the RSS feeds to the right on the new sidebar.

The old blog will continue, but probably not until something significant is happening in my personal publishing life. Meanwhile, it’s all about The Writers Circle now!

We are here to support and nurture our community, to share our thoughts and move together through the fascinating struggles to represent our world – or some other world! – in words.

Join us! Subscribe, comment, “like”, tweet, and even send us a post once in a while. The Writers Circle is a community and we love to highlight our many wise and talented voices.

About Judith

Judith Lindbergh's latest novel, Pasture of Heaven, is about a nomad woman warrior on the Central Asian steppes in the 5th century BCE. (And there really were!) Her first novel, The Thrall's Tale, is a literary historical novel about three women in the first Viking Age settlement in 10th century Greenland. The Thrall's Tale was a Booksense Pick and a Borders Original Voices selection. Judith is also the founder and director of The Writers Circle, a creative writing program offering workshops for children and adults.

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