Getting ready for Hippocamp? We’re only a few weeks away from our 2nd annual creative nonfiction extravaganza. But if you’re like us, you can’t really wait to get started. To hold us over until the conference, we’ve been looking through back issues of Hippocampus Magazine to find pieces written by this year’s presenters. We wanted to share some of our favorites.
But maybe you’re feeling a little blue and you’d rather read Secrets of the Suddenly Single by Joanne M. Lozar Glenn. If you’re looking for something a little more weighty, Glenn’s My Mother’s Ghost will do the trick.
Lynn Hall shows us that in our darkest moments Blue is the Color of Hope. While in Mumbai, the color of mourning is white, according to Allison Williams, who wears a violet Punjabi dress in How to Attend an Indian Funeral.
We hope these fantastic and varied pieces will prepare you to meet our presenters and panelists at HippoCamp 2016. Register today and make your plans to join us in Lancaster this August!