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Jan.08.2009
  All who doubt the word-conspiracy theory I wrote of yesterday, behold: Not 24 hours after I blogged that the word "Columbia" was out to...
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louise-marley's picture
Jan.08.2009
Toby Bishop, known in childhood days by another name, grew up in the northern Bay Area.  Odd that there's never been a visit to this fantastic indie...
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Jan.08.2009
This blog post is especially for Marilyn Kallet. To see with all the photos, please go to http://kathrynstriplingbyer.blogspot.com/2008/09/bad-...
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dale-estey's picture
Jan.08.2009
 Drenka Willen Returns! Günter Grass' Editor Hauled Back to HMH  by Leon Neyfakh Drenka Willen was just one of many individuals—including one woman...
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evelyn-sharenov's picture
Jan.08.2009
Under the heading of 'you can't make this stuff up,' Joe has reinvented himself a third time (by my reckoning).  He is now in the middle-east, not as...
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sunny-singh's picture
Jan.08.2009
There is that old adage that "history is written by the victors." And that has indeed been true for much of human history. Yet something...
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Jan.08.2009
Here I am on page 217.  I'm behind schedule a bit, but I've annexed Saturday and Sunday into the revision days.  That's okay.  No children at the...
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joelle-martin's picture
Jan.08.2009
I didn't really make any New Year resolutions. I didn't set any goals. Because I tend to just live each day as it happens. And sometimes I wake up...
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marilyn-kallet's picture
Jan.08.2009
I remember hearing May Sarton read for the first time.  She spoke about how vulnerable poets are, how this is who we are when we create, as we open...
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anne-brooke's picture
Jan.08.2009
Have done quite well on Hallsfoot's Battle this morning and have managed another 1000 words focusing on Ralph and the cook. Am nearly at the end of...
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austin-kodra's picture
Mar.22.2009
The race is officially on. Today is Tuesday, November 4, 2008, a historic day in America and around the world. The inevitability of the first non-...
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austin-kodra's picture
Mar.22.2009
Keith Olbermann said it best in his 'Special Comment' on November 10. "What is it to you?"  Olbermann, of course, was referring to the...
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Mar.22.2009
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"The general public is not aware of how doomed black dogs are when they are brought to a pound.” Does Does black dog bias influence rescuers...
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cat-connor's picture
Mar.22.2009
  Current mood:  trying not to think about it but it's impossible not too. I think Bon...
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Mar.22.2009
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According to Senior Harvard AIDS Prevention Researcher Dr. Edward Green, condoms not only are not helping to prevent the AIDS crisis, but are...
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Mar.22.2009
RUINED REPUTATION COMES TO A HALT Could self-publishing be the way to publish your book(s)? RECORD HIGHS OF SELF-PUBLISHED BOOKS FOR THE MONTH OF...
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Mar.22.2009
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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29824663/?gt1=43001
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former member's picture
Mar.22.2009
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The Dictionary of American Regional English is nearing completion.
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thomas-burchfield's picture
Mar.22.2009
(Fifth in a continuing series originally posted, in slightly different form, on Blogger/Blogspot) I finished draft #3 of Dragon's Ark on February 28...
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Mar.22.2009
BLIND FORTUNE by Joanna Waugh is available at Amazon.com for an introducty 22% off the cover price. Click here: Blind-Fortune-Joanna-Waugh
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