Hello, and welcome. I’m so glad you’re here!
I’m Renée Butcher, and I’m a Multifaceted Creative, which is just a trendy way to say I wear a lot of different hats. (Essayist, artist, autoharper, and storyteller are a few of my favorites.)
As a writer, I’ve penned everything from short stories to strategic marketing copy to love songs about cowboys. My work has appeared in local and national publications, and I was honored to have my essay “Reunion” selected for Portland’s Listen to Your Mother inaugural show. You can also read me on my blog “The Good Hearted Woman,” where I write about living the good life in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
I have a number of large-scale projects percolating right now, including Bicycle Boy, a novel loosely based on my father’s experiences as a telegram delivery boy in Portland, Oregon in the early days of World War II. I’ll be sharing excerpts from that in the near future.
Thanks again for stopping by. I hope you’ll make it a habit!