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stephen-evans's picture
Jan.19.2009
I finished my next book today and sent it to my agent. Just taking a moment to celebrate. It's narrative nonfiction. Are they still publishing that...
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steve-hauk's picture
Jan.19.2009
When the painting came in, several people made the comment it looked like Barack Obama. The face was handsome, seemed mixed race, the skin a light...
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jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Jan.19.2009
 We shall overcome becausewe have overcome.We have overcome when we no longerthink of ourselves asAfrican-Americans Jewish Americans  Muslim...
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terry-odell's picture
Jan.19.2009
I'm going to be the featured speaker at a fund raising event for the Ridge Area Arc on January 24th. Sometime last year, my MWA chapter sent a...
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marilyn-kallet's picture
Jan.19.2009
"The Pocketbook"    "Fluid Italian suede in garnet," the copy croons. I memorize the Bergdorf Goodman catalogue, the blonde with...
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omar-tyree's picture
Jan.19.2009
    Once we firmly understand The Equation as Love / Art * Support = Business, then we can also understand that Barack Obama had to Love several...
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heather-catherine-hogan's picture
Jan.19.2009
On December 28, 2008 I wrote a blog about the Chicago Bears losing to the Minnesota Vikings.  Before the loss happened, I had mentioned that I had...
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cynthia-polansky's picture
Jan.19.2009
Heroic Actions?   Absolutely.A Hero?    Um, not so sure... I’m a literal person, inept at verbal volleyball and frustrated by euphemistic rejection...
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pat-montandon's picture
Jan.19.2009
On April 4, 1968, I lived on The Crooked Street of Lombard in San Francisco, California. The host of a popular television show on KGO, life was good...
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june-casagrande's picture
Jan.19.2009
Publishers Lunch is reporting today that Milwaukee-area bookseller Harry W. Schwartz Bookshop is packing it in. Several of its four locations are...
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meilin-miranda's picture
Apr.02.2009
The Wielding of Power: The murmuring voices did not wish to be interrupted indeed, as they belonged to Miss Aneen and Mister Jenks. They sat...
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Apr.02.2009
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123862834153780427.html#mod=djemEditorialPage
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former member's picture
Apr.02.2009
by former member
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nancybrady's picture
Apr.02.2009
Right now in Erie County for the month of April, we are having what is known as an All county read.  It is actually part of The Big Read which is...
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beth-mann's picture
Apr.02.2009
You hear them everyday. And perhaps you utter a few yourself. But they're annoying and need to be stopped. This is a campaign. Climb on board or be...
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asha-vose's picture
Apr.02.2009
I have read this story many times, and as far as I can tell, it is a fabulous example of an effective second person piece. It's "Leopard"...
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luciana-lhullier's picture
Apr.02.2009
The G20 reality show is not funny at all. But some of the pictures are. I have to admit that the Telegraph photographers just outdid themselves this...
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beth-mann's picture
Apr.02.2009
  A Contemporary Cautionary Tale(All the names in this story have been changed to protect my sorry ass.)   So I’m in the midst of April 1...
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michael-blackburn's picture
Apr.02.2009
The latest instalment of my year-long poetry project, The Days, How They Pass, is now up on Podomatic (htttp://sunkisland.podomatic.com). This is a...
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sangay-glass's picture
Apr.02.2009
I met Rick while I was working as a nurse in a state psychiatric hospital. He was a young man in his early twenties with a great smile and a passion...
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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.