Published in the Boston Globe, December 26th, 2014 See a video of Mindy touring the house: on Boston.com. My parents unbolted the front door of my childhood home in Lexington only for parties. Otherwise, people entered the 1966 Garrison Colonial via a side door. This...Read More
Published in the Boston Globe, March 2014. Stanley frequents Nashoba Brook Bakery in Concord, but not for the pastries and sandwiches. This 165-pound, 5-foot-long Great Dane, with yardstick-size legs and a nose waist-high to an average human, is on the job. Stanley accompanies...Read More
Published in the Boston Globe Address Section: My First Home, July 27, 2014 Two years ago, on the day my aging parents moved from their three-story home of 45 years, they expressed little sentiment. My father proclaimed that “some moves are prompted by desire, while ‘necessity’...Read More
-Henry David Thoreau
Mindy Pollack Fusi is a freelance and creative writer who writes essays and articles regularly for The Boston Globe. She also coaches students on college application essays and supplements, and teaches college application essay workshops for area adult education programs. In addition, she helps writers edit their work and periodically runs creative writing workshops.
In 2013, The Place for Words Press published Judith Yarbrough’s “Friends Forever in My Heart,” available on amazon.com.
Place for Words Press was founded in 2011 to produce “The Ice Cream Stand and Other Stories & Poems” by 21 writers from The Place for Words, funded in part by a generous grant from the Bedford Cultural Council.
Information about more of Mindy’s articles and essays, as well as samples of student work from past creative writing workshops, and books she has edited for other writers.
If you work for a newspaper or magazine and would like to discuss contracting with Mindy to write a feature, please contact her.