NWS Author Next Door: Kathleen Stocking

NWS Author Next Door: Kathleen Stocking

Anne Stanton recently caught up with author Kathleen Stocking. What makes a person want to be a writer? Troubles, I think. Someone, not me, said somewhere that a person starts with a wound they need to heal and once they figure out how to do it by creating – in art,...
TC Author Expo- Detailed Schedule

TC Author Expo- Detailed Schedule

Full Schedule details for the TC Author Expo: 12 Noon – Joan Schmeichel, author of Devil’s Rock, speaking on “I Played With Paper Dolls.” 12:15 p.m. – Michael Dow, author of the forthcoming Dark Matters, speaking on “The Future of Income Inequality.” 12:30 p.m. – Bill...
POETRY and POVERTY — It’s just a V

POETRY and POVERTY — It’s just a V

By Marina Call April 2015 April – the month of poets. Say it out loud, P-O-E-T. The word conjures ideas of something mystical, of a higher state of mind with a lower income. An image appears: a small apartment window —————flickering...

A True American Classic

I bumped into good friend Bobby Hawley who told me he read The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein at a time of crisis, and it was hugely helpful. I asked Bobby to write up a mini review, and this is what he came up with: “For anyone who has experienced a...
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