"I think writers experience the world differently than other people; we escape into imagination and then come back and explore what intrigues and haunts us. We make sense of things by writing about them," author Janet Mason explains in an extensive interview with the Chestnut Hill Local. Delving into topics ranging from the Out and Aging report which found that more than a third of LGBT Boomers are caring for their aging parents to her identity as a lesbian growing up in Levittown Pennslyvania and now as a creative writing instructor in Mt. Airy.
We invite you to read the full interview here.
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