“Dress and the Girl,” an Emilie Loring Short Story

The year was 1915. Emilie Loring and her husband, Victor, had taken an apartment at the Riverbank Court Hotel overlooking the Charles River in Boston. Their sons were at school, and Emilie had time to write without distraction or interruption. Under her pseudonym, Josephine Story, she had already written articles on homemaking and motherhood. Now, … More “Dress and the Girl,” an Emilie Loring Short Story

Different Times Call for Different Books

I like Emilie Loring precisely because she wrote so many books that I enjoy, each satisfying something a little different at different times. In my twenties, I especially liked Rainbow at Dusk and Where Beauty Dwells. Since taking up writing myself, I’ve found new identification with Give Me One Summer and Beckoning Trails.  from: For Her … More Different Times Call for Different Books