As odd as it may sound, there is something about the difficulty of writing, about all those small, complicated decisions that must be made as a work unfolds, that I really enjoy.’
Lenny Robinson-McCarthy considers herself both a writer and educator. It is therefore unsurprising that what draws Lenny to writing is the act of problem solving. For this reason, Lenny is drawn to a diverse range of writing projects, each of which she deems equally significant in terms of artistic development. "I am unconcerned whether what I am working on is a short story or a chapter in a textbook. All represent an opportunity to exercise my writerly muscles and all allow me to engage in the work of transformation, which is the very essence - and complication - of writing."