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May.05.2009
WALL STREET, N.Y., May 1...Declaring that "only collective action can restore our faith in ourselves and each other,"  writer Igor...
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May.05.2009
“You've set the blog on fire,” Orlando Sentinel reporter Victor Ramos told me following my April 27th editorial essay on the Sentinel’s Hispanosphere...
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ivory-madison's picture
May.05.2009
I received an email this morning from a friend letting me know her father had passed away, suddenly. Liz and I worked together closely for a year,...
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louise-marley's picture
May.05.2009
This is not my first experience with seeing my work in translation, but I'm struck by how different the story seems in someone else's hands.  The...
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dorraine-k-darden's picture
May.05.2009
May 5th, 2009   ON THE FLY   Yes, these are my children. An altered...
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diane-lockward's picture
May.05.2009
This past Sunday I went to a Poetry Salon at Sondra Gash's house. Sondra holds a few of these readings each year to help support her publisher,...
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a-colin-wright's picture
May.05.2009
  A. Colin Wright talks about his future plans. Well, it is gratifying that some people are reading me on Authors Den and have ordered my novel. I...
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tania-hershman's picture
May.05.2009
Coming to the end of my very short trip to the UK, here is a quick round up and what I hope is interesting information from my experience of meeting...
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merrill-markoe's picture
May.05.2009
Well, I knew there would eventually be something I would like about aging . Swine flu is it. The LAST theoretical swine flu epidemic (at the cusp of...
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kate-marshall's picture
May.05.2009
Clever and inexpensive. That's my M.O. It's only right that the Good Morning America segment that ever-so-quickly profiled my journal this morning...
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scott-sanders's picture
Aug.27.2009
There’s an old Yiddish expression.  A “Schlamiel” is the kind of moron who’d spill his hot borscht soup in someone’s lap.  A “Schlamazzle”...
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edmund-jenks's picture
Aug.27.2009
Jason Cooke spotted "Nessie" while browsing the Google Earth's satellite photos. Image Credit: Google Earth - Latitude 57°12'52.13"N...
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nicole-parker's picture
Aug.27.2009
I recently saw Jerry Seinfeld do stand-up in Chicago, and he talked about how we are constantly reminded how unimportant we are to others by the ever...
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edelle-rose's picture
Aug.27.2009
Looking back on it now, I can hardly believe that I was able to learn and even practice the lengthy list of necessary actions that constituted "...
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brenda-youngerman's picture
Aug.27.2009
I find that writing has turned from a hobby to an obsession. Has anyone else experienced that as well? When I wrote my first novel I was unsure of...
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molly-secours's picture
Aug.27.2009
In August of 2005 over 200,000 of the sickest and most vulnerable people in Tennessee were cut from Tenncare, the state funded medical insurance...
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luciana-lhullier's picture
Aug.27.2009
Our bad manners towards nature have been unbelievable in the last decades. We came to believe that we were colossal creatures, who could control the...
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Aug.27.2009
  I'm joining the entire Red Room community in writing a short blog post on this week's topic: "Bad Manners." We'll choose at least...
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Aug.27.2009
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lisa-threadgill's picture
Aug.27.2009
John F. Kennedy was assassinated when I was 18 months old.  I was six when his brother Robert was killed.  I have no memory of the first incident and...
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Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.