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Bridesmaid

A quick note today about the results of the 2013 Summer Literary Seminars Unified Literary Contest. The winners were announced last week here, of which I’m not included. 236 more words

The Uninitiated

"River Ward, 1917" Headed to Boulevard

I’m excited to share that, this week, my fiction was again chosen to appear in a future edition of Boulevard! Amazingly, this will be my fourth story in… 427 more words

The Uninitiated

Sunrise, Sunset

It was on August 29 of last year that I finished a full first draft of my novel, then called The Hyphenates of Jackson County… 188 more words

Writing

Found: Tom Dennison's House

It took a while, but I was finally able to track down the exact address (and approximate location) of Tom Dennison’s estate house! More accurately, Gary Rosenberg, … 494 more words

Nebraska

The Real Winesburg, Ohio

Here’s a bit from Sherwood Anderson about his masterpiece, Winesburg, Ohio (from the Viking Critical edition):

Winesburg of course was no particular town. It was a mythical town.

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Writing

A/V Club-Ken Burns' Prohibition: The Time is Now

Has everybody (or anybody) been watching Ken Burns’ new PBS documentary Prohibition this week? It’s really fascinating how much the face of the United States was changed in order to bring about Prohibition–and how it was largely anti-German sentiment surrounding America’s entry into World War I that was finally “the home run” for Prohibitionists, as most of the brewers were German-American, of course. 58 more words

Audio/Visual Club