Archive for the “Beth Finke” Category

I’m writing as fast as I can

March 1, 201715 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, blindness, careers/jobs for people who are blind

Some of you have heard my good news already, but worth repeating: Golden Alley Press, an independent publisher outside of Philadelphia, is publishing my new book! Writing Out Loud is due out next month, and I’ve been meeting with Nancy Sayre, my Golden Alley Press editor over the phone every week since we signed the contract last year. In […]

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Just this one Tuesday with Mike: We have liftoff!

February 21, 20173 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, memoir writing, Mike Knezovich, Mondays with Mike

Thanks to the talent and persistence of Beth’s publisher, Golden Alley Press, the technical glitches have been un-glitched, all the blog posts and you wonderful subscribers have been relocated, and… YOU ARE HERE! And so am I! Pretty nice, ain’t it? We hope you find it easier to find all things Beth—blog, upcoming appearances, etc.—in […]

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Mondays with Mike: She works like a dog

January 18, 201611 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, guide dogs, Mike Knezovich, Mondays with Mike, Uncategorized, Whitney

When Beth broke her hand awhile back, it was bad news for several reasons— She would have to wear a cast, which slows typing considerably, and also makes lots of menial daily tasks—already more difficult because she can’t see—even more difficult. She wouldn’t be able to swim, which is her preferred form of exercise. It […]

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Happy Birthday! (Or should I say "Bon Anniversaire!"),

January 4, 20155 CommentsPosted in Beth Finke, Braille, parenting a child with special needs, Uncategorized, visiting schools, Writing for Children

Today, January 4, is the birthday of Louis Braille. He was born in France in 1809, and his father had a leather shop. Note to children: be careful out there! Three-year-old Louis lost his sight after playing with his father’s sharp tools and accidentally poking his eyes. Louis Braille’s parents did what they could to […]

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