LuLu Johnson writes novels based on art and mythology, poems about swimming, and essays about travel in Europe. She writes standing at her desk in the mountains of northeast Georgia. Here in the woods, she founded Party Circuit, an evolving community of twelve varied couples that gets together each month. She’s also begun work on a podcast, Write Here, a relaxed and informative look at writers conferences and workshops based on her attendance at a million such events in the southeast and abroad.
By the way, above is me at Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas. Below is me surrounded by fabric phalli in Yayoi Kusama’s Infintiy Mirrors at the High in Atlanta.