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Today’s post is a celebration for and a congratulations to our National Book Awards (you have to be a US citizen to be considered) that were announced last evening. (Click to see the New York Times report or NBC’s.) Louise … Continue reading →
My neck’s still in an icy sling, so today we limit typing by presenting the National Book Award finalists – in fiction – that were announced yesterday. They are in no particular order: The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers; Billy … Continue reading →
As many of you know, I read Joe Bunting’s blog, The Write Practice. Today he mentioned a contest a friendis hosting. You can check it out on Jeremy Statton’s blog, Living Better Stories. Jeremy’s interested in hearing about the people … Continue reading →
It’s always so much fun when a friend – in this case, a fellow writing group member – gets a story published. (Okay, maybe there’s a little jealousy too, so I’d better start submitting things to journals.) Congratulations, David … Continue reading →