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lisa-alcalay-klug's picture
Feb.04.2009
2008 New York Book Festival It's not every day you're poking around for URLs of recent media coverage on the web and you suddenly discover that you...
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julia-stein's picture
Feb.04.2009
I've been enjoying reading Edward Espe Brown's cookbook Tomato Blessings and Radish Teachings. I got interested in Brown when my friend Jerry...
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belle-yang's picture
Feb.04.2009
I write and don’t necessarily go out of our way to help other writers, but there are those like Susan Henderson who writes novels, short stories for...
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heather-catherine-hogan's picture
Feb.04.2009
I have mentioned in previous blogs that I allow myself twenty minutes to be sad or depressed when things are going wrong. After the twenty minutes,...
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june-casagrande's picture
Feb.04.2009
Last month I wrote a blog entry about words that are out to get me. After some fancy footwork to try to deflect observations like, "Yeah, June,...
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anne-brooke's picture
Feb.04.2009
Back into work today – goodness me but I’d grown too used to being off. It’s such a shock to have to wear my office head again. It’s looking a tad...
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ugo-mattei's picture
Feb.04.2009
The 11th circuit court will either decide in favor of life or death for Troy Davis any day now. But he has been waiting for justice for 18 years....
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heather-catherine-hogan's picture
Feb.04.2009
I want you to ask yourself these questions, and I want you to answer it honestly. You are answering to yourself, no one else needs to know the answer...
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mayra-calvani's picture
Feb.04.2009
Hi all, I recently had the pleasure of reviewing Alexandra Sokoloff's latest supernatural thriller, The Price, and of interviewing the author for...
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christina-sunley's picture
Feb.04.2009
Am I my book? Are we the things we make? Of course I’m not, of course we’re not.   Just try telling that to my psyche.  Yesterday I read some early...
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patrick-mader's picture
Apr.24.2009
Patrick "Packy" Mader will begin his spring and summer programs near his roots, at Trista Days on Saturday, May 16.  Minnetrista is a city...
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ron-lavalette's picture
Apr.24.2009
Two Pages, Graveside I think they must have been lost in the flood, a half-century ago and, she, too, was swept away later, late at night, a year...
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alyson-mead's picture
Apr.24.2009
I like to tell people I grew up "all over the place," even though we were mostly confined to the Eastern Seaboard for the earliest parts of...
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former member's picture
Apr.24.2009
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A few summers ago, during a lunchtime stroll on the Halifax waterfront, I decided to indulge in an ice cream cone. The decision to indulge myself is...
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rachel-bussel's picture
Apr.24.2009
I wrote my first piece for Tina Brown's site The Daily Beast, called "How Male Bisexuality Got Cool."
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Apr.24.2009
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meilin-miranda's picture
Apr.24.2009
News for Breakfast: King Harsin approached the morning room in a slight state of dread. He was used to breakfasting alone, and preferred it. It gave...
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former member's picture
Apr.24.2009
by former member
I'm hosting a contest on my website: www.hollychristineonline.com    In The Nine Lives of Clemenza, Clemenza starts out in heaven and...
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enoch-john's picture
Apr.24.2009
The Republicans have taken off their gloves.Obama's honeymoon is over.It ended at the Firth Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain,Trinidad and...
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ryoma-collia-suzuki's picture
Apr.24.2009
I’ve wanted to blog about being a writer’s husband for a while now but have struggled to do it since I feel that my blog entries would end up looking...
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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.