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jt-ellison's picture
Dec.12.2008
Since we're crashing into a new year, I've decided to make some serious, major changes to my writing life. I am always looking for better, more...
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russell-rowland's picture
Dec.12.2008
I'm happy to introduce Stone's Throw, a brand new literary magazine born in the heart of Montana. Check out the poetry and stories and please...
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jessica-barksdale-inclan's picture
Dec.12.2008
Last night as I lay in semi-collapse in front of the television watching my taped Top Chef, I forgot to Tivo myself past one commercial.  It was for...
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jean-m-fogle's picture
Dec.12.2008
Friday, December 12, 2008 Haiku Friday Transformed overnight To those braving winter's cold Beauty is revealed Feel free to add your poetry if any...
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anne-brooke's picture
Dec.12.2008
Just back late yesterday from an utterly fabulous holiday during which we saw loads of birds, and at least one or two new ones every day, which...
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mayra-calvani's picture
Dec.12.2008
Crash the Puppy (my fictional, children's picture book character) is a columnist for Keep on Wagging, the new newsletter of Max the Golden Retriever...
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angela-k-nickerson's picture
Dec.12.2008
Check out book three in the 12 Travel Books of Christmas today on my home blog: http://aknickerson.blogspot.com/2008/12/12-travel-books-for-christmas...
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robert-sward's picture
Dec.12.2008
ON MY WAY TO THE KOREAN WAR… —For President Dwight Eisenhower   On my way to the Korean War, I never got there. One summer afternoon in 1952, I...
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terry-spear's picture
Dec.11.2008
All she wants is the truth… Lelandi Wildhaven is determined to discover the truth about her beloved sister’s mysterious death. But everyone thinks...
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brenda-webster's picture
Dec.11.2008
A Dutch scholar/novelist wrote me yesterday saying he was uncomfortable with my mixture of fact and fiction in my new novel Vienna Triangle about the...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
In the March/April 2009 issue of the Writer’s Chronicle, Renée Olander interviews poet Baron Wormser, who says of writing programs, “[w]hat a writing...
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alyson-mead's picture
Feb.21.2009
In the spirit of working it, writing-wise, I've been spending my time developing three new online workshops for the spring and summer months, while...
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martin-ewen's picture
Feb.21.2009
I’m often approached by substance abusers of all ages, either by mail or e-mail, which I would like you to note is my preference, or less often in...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
Unknown Family. 15 years ago, he found a box of 44 negatives at a garage sale in Aiken, SC, and after wondering about them for a long time, posted...
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warren-adie-riley's picture
Feb.21.2009
   I have a problem. According to centuries old traditions, silence is golden. This can be a blessing in disguise for some and a curse to others. If...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
Did You Know?
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
John Pfaff. Five Myths about Prison Growth.
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mary-wilkinson's picture
Feb.21.2009
On the table beside my laptop is an old recycled candy jar full of daffodils. I bought them today at the market, three bunches for five euro. Not a...
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enoch-john's picture
Feb.21.2009
America and Americans must be naive in a massive way if they are to believe that by passing a stimulus plan that all will be well.In my way of seeing...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
Jim, The Wonder Dog. During the height of the Great Depression, a "plain black and white setter" entertained and mystified the citizens of...
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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.