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Panhandlers, A Novel in Stories Book Cover Reveal 

It’s been a few days over a year since my debut novel, Native Moments, was published. It’s been fun. The best part is seeing the… 278 more words

Writing

Muse's thoughts: if it hurts you, then write about it

The late, rough-and-tumble author Harry Crews once said in an interview, “I don’t think it takes much perception, or very keen sensibilities, to see that it takes great courage—I know it’s me saying this and what it makes me sound like, but I don’t care—it takes great courage to look where you have to look, which is in yourself, in your experience, in your relationship with fellow beings, your relationship to the earth, to the spirit or to the first cause, or whatever—to look at them and make something of them. 300 more words

Writing

Harry Crews says:

“I think all of us are looking
for that which does
not admit of bullshit . . .

If you tell me you can
bench press 450, …
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Off the Shelf: Blood, Bone, and Marrow: A Biography of Harry Crews

Blood, Bone, and Marrow: A Biography of Harry Crews by Ted Geltner

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

2.5 instead of 3. _Blood, Bone, and Marrow_ is one of the first bios about author Harry Crews, a Georgia native that specialized in the Southern grotesque. 226 more words

Thoughts

Short Takes: News and Reviews

Julia Iverson’s animated film based on Kyle Dargan’s poem “The Robots are Coming” from Honest Engine

Welcome to Short Takes. Below you’ll find all the news, interviews, events, and reviews that you might have missed or can look forward to in the coming months. 1,784 more words

Press News

"Whatever the charge, I'm probably guilty"

This Thursday is A Night of Harry Crews at Ciné in downtown Athens. This event is part of UGA’s Spotlight on the Arts Festival. In addition to… 88 more words

Harry Crews

Spotlight on the Arts: A Night of Harry Crews

On Thursday, November 10, as part of the Spotlight on the Arts Festival at the University of Georgia, the University of Georgia Press will present award-winning author Ted Geltner and filmmaker Tom Thurman for a special book and film night celebrating the wild life and literary works of the late, near mythical writer Harry Crews at Ciné in downtown Athens. 386 more words

Harry Crews