Bloomdeplume has been a member of Writers’ Village since 1999.
She has completed one novel, work-shopped in a nine-month UCLA master class, and has three other novels in various stages of progress. She writes literary and historical fiction.
Bloom completed her creative writing certificate in the UCLA Writers Program and worked closely with novelist, Lynn Hightower, who is now her mentor. Recently she completed the Iowa How to Write Fiction class MOOC and earned the certificate. Currently she’s enrolled in a historical fiction class through the Stanford Creative Writing Program.
In addition, her poetry has appeared in The Midwest Literary Journal, The Ghazal Page, The Loch Raven Review, and in the anthology, A Word Is Worth A Thousand Pictures. My short story, “The Gong Show,” received an honorable mention in the Fiction Open, Glimmer Train contest and is a member of the Women Fiction Writers Association.
She facilitated the Writers Village University MFA program class, Narrative Design, when it was first offered in February, 2015.
Blog: BLOOM DE PLUME