Monthly Archives: July 2010

a mississippi summer

during june and july, in an effort to identify mississippi writers and their literary agents, i have come across some really fine southern writing / writers i was not familiar with. Steve Yarbrough: from Indianola. I’ve finished The End of California, and am staying up late … Continue reading

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Lynne Bryant & New Orleans

a  fellow mississippi scribbler and friend lynne bryant has a new, and really good, post on her site re:  new orleans.  it  is  worth checking out …   http://www.lynne-bryant.com/  

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An annual event: A River Runs Through It

I have just finished my annual reading of  Norman Maclean’s     A River Runs Through It.    It is my feeling that every writer should read it once a year.  Especially those to whom the setting is an important part of their narrative. it is so … Continue reading

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Fairview Book Club

when i stuck my head out the door this morning at 6:30 to go for a run there was a fresh breeze blowing: almost cool. thank the weather gods for small blessings.   we had our bi-monthly book club meeting last night.  an … Continue reading

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