My latest column is on the streets now in the May/June 2015 issue of Blue Ridge Country magazine. It is also online in the digital version. This column is entitled “It Takes A Village” and once again, I was lucky enough to get Joseph Mackereth to provide a lovely illustration to support the piece. The link to the column is:
I have announced this on Facebook and on the Southern Humorists home page, so if you’ve seen this before I apologize for the repeat. No I don’t, I’m really excited about all this and will probably announce it again in December. Go Team Molly!
I have been hired as a columnist for Blue Ridge Country magazine. My column, entitled “Mill Creek Stories,” will replace the retiring Elizabeth Hunter’s “From the Farm” column. Elizabeth’s column ran for more than 20 years, so I’m thinking this is going to be a long-term gig.
My first piece will appear in the January/February issue and is about stray cats and the people they adopt. Those who know me well know that I can not resist telling a good animal yarn so I am starting out with one of my favorite topics.
Here is a link to the magazine’s web site so you can explore. If you live in the Georgia to Virginia band of states, this regional magazine is especially for you. It is chock-full of interesting information about local sites, people, food, and events plus it has stunning photographs. If you are just interested in things Southern, you’ll also enjoy Blue Ridge Country. I hope you’ll follow my stories and let me know what you think.