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By ww2bw on September 25, 2013
Please don’t think we’ve forgotten you, dear readers! Fact is, we are extremely busy putting the finishing touches on Best of Books by the Bed #1 and haven’t had time for much of anything else. We’ve received a bouquet of wonderful blurbs from extraordinarily gracious writers for the back cover. We’ve made a zillion stylistic and […]
By ww2bw on September 4, 2013
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By Eric on August 21, 2013
About Elmore Leonard By Eric Olsen Elmore Leonard died yesterday. Age 87, stroke. For some reason, this one caught me by surprise. I knew Leonard was a bit on in years, but there was something about him or about his writing, I guess, that I just didn’t think he would or could get old, or […]
By ww2bw on June 3, 2013
It’s full of all kinds of cool literary stuff, including bounteous good summer reads. Helpful hint* for next month: Join the legions of cognoscenti who subscribe, and avoid having to slog through another solicitation like this.
By ww2bw on April 1, 2013
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By ww2bw on March 27, 2013
Of Elephants and CNF By Geri Lipschultz In her recent post on what she wishes she’d known upon leaving The Writers’ Workshop, Geri alluded to a genre she’s come to admire and respect tremendously. This is an elaboration. CNF, the affectionate term for Creative Nonfiction, which Robin Bourjaily—the first person I knew to have gotten […]
By ww2bw on October 1, 2012
All kinds of creative, mischievous writing happening here this month . . . well, ok, every month. All the more reason not to miss a single issue of our newsletter. Fortunately, there’s a simple solution: Sign up to have it delivered right to your in-box. It’s free, and we never share your contact info. Ever. […]