Persevere. Emulate fine writing. Find a workable pace and stick to it. I write in a variety of forms—short fiction, the novel, the essay, poems, translations from the Chinese, and I try to emulate the compassion Eudora Welty advises of her subjects. When history grabs you by the throat, find a way through in writing.

— Jodi Varon


Awards VIII | 1999
New Millennium Award for Nonfiction

“When Quizzac Was Cherry (Notes on Fact and Fiction)” by Jodi Varon

Published in: New Millennium Writings | Issue 8