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Par For The Course: Memorial Day, 2016

For you took what’s before me and what’s behind me
You took east and west when you would not mind me
Sun, moon and stars from me you have taken…

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A Farewell to What? – Ernest Hemingway and the Female Question

Ernest Hemingway remains one of the most widely acclaimed artists of the 20th century, due largely to the beautiful simplicity of his prose and the intense realism of his fiction. 1,425 more words


The weekly herding: keeping it positive

I’ve had a terrible writing week (the self-doubt, the terrible, inevitable writer’s self-doubt!), and pretty much everything I read only served to make it worse – every article I dipped into seemed to be a list of what… 199 more words

Book Review: The Little Review Anthology

Founded by Margaret Anderson in Chicago in 1914, The Little Review was an experimental literary journal that published many famous and would-be famous names that we still know today, including T.S. 753 more words


Ernest said six words were enough.

“Ernest said six words were enough.”

Ernest Hemingway was a cool dude. He wrote lots of this between when he was born and when he died. 148 more words


Inspirational Friday 

Now that the week is ending, I think it’s important to inspire ourselves just like we do at the beginning of the week. We go through a lot during the whole week that a little inspirational quotes can really brighten up our day and help us get through what is left of the week. 52 more words