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rosy-cole's picture
Apr.06.2009
       A further passage from my unedited and unrevised Marion Grace novel The Godmother    There were no cobwebs on the ceiling...
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anne-brooke's picture
Apr.06.2009
The unwellness continues (but hell I'm used to it by now). I've pulled out of my attendance at the Exeter work conference and have let work know,...
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gareth-l-powell's picture
Apr.06.2009
On my website, I’ve added a selection of links called Advice for Writers. This collects together links to information, articles and tips I’ve...
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marilyn-kallet's picture
Apr.06.2009
My acting teacher, Kali Meister, can't teach me how to forgive myself for false steps made at a recent performance.  She says that's the kind of...
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sarah-u-wisseman's picture
Apr.06.2009
When I began to write The Dead Sea Codex, I realized that I didn’t really want to go back to Israel and risk being blown up by a suicide bomber...
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stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
Apr.06.2009
Ah, it's that time of year again. Time to roll up my sleeves, pull out every cleaner known to man, and delve into the muck and grub that's...
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chris-rodell's picture
Apr.06.2009
I’d vowed last year to restrict offering my solution to senseless gun violence to days when the body count moved above a dozen innocents. But by that...
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terry-odell's picture
Apr.06.2009
Saturday, author Julie Elizabeth Leto was a guest speaker at our RWA chapter meeting. She spoke about "The Art of Layering: How to Write Faster...
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Apr.06.2009
I did not grow up with an extended family surrounding me.  There were no large holiday meals, cousins buzzing around me on the lawn as we played tag...
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terry-spear's picture
Apr.06.2009
Before I was published, I was a reserve Army officer, working to mobilize forces, and before that, I was on active duty as a personnel officer. But...
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lauralee-moss's picture
Jul.25.2009
As a teacher, I hear about the boring school setting. Hey, I work there. I know a high school can be boring. The difference is, I expect it to be...
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keiko-amano's picture
Jul.25.2009
  In the recent Ellen Sheeley's blog "Emperor's new clothes," I wrote the following comment: "I just read a Japanese Wikipedia site...
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nancybrady's picture
Jul.25.2009
I rather messed up the last blog.  I cut and pasted a poem, but all I ended up with was the mess, not the poem.  The poem itself is really rather...
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nina-milton's picture
Jul.25.2009
Many writers walk to invent their stories. Dickens apparently wrote most mornings and walked every afternoon. I think his characters and their...
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barry-eva's picture
Jul.25.2009
A Book and a Chat with Jill Jepson On today's "Book and a Chat" my very special guest is... "Jill Jepson." Today on my blog...
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nancybrady's picture
Jul.25.2009
Well, the Summer book read officially ended today with the "Express Yourself "(the theme for the summer book read for both kids through...
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kyi-kaung's picture
Jul.25.2009
http://www.amazon.com/Language-New-Century-Contemporary-Poetry/product-r...   Norton Anthology -- Language for a New Century- I translated the...
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rebbecca-hill's picture
Jul.25.2009
I’m very grateful to have found Red Room. I have never blogged anything in my life, so we’ll see how this goes. I wasn’t one of those people who...
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amira-nagati's picture
Jul.25.2009
The Ladybird: She had been living in her magic forest,Roaming in the shade of her figtree,A lady in a beautiful cloak..She had been thereAwareOf the...
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larry-schliessmann's picture
Jul.25.2009
Early yesterday, the red heifer bred by cattlemen from Mississippi and Texas, went on a rampage where the animal was housed in Jerusalem. The red...
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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.