Monthly Archives: June 2007

Essay Posted to Amity Observer

I recently entered an essay contest for our local paper on “What My Father Taught Me” in honor of Father’s Day. I didn’t win but my essay did show up on the website of the Amity Observer and I was … Continue reading

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Upcoming from Daniel Asa Rose

Daniel will have the cover of this Sunday with a grouchy Father’s Day piece. And he’ll have the cover NEXT Sunday of the Washington Post Book World with a racy interview with Annie Dillard. Check ’em out!

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Enrichment Projects

If you have completed your enrichment project and want to make a presentation at the residency, please let me know. Those of you who have been in the program for one semester should have a plan for beginning your enrichment … Continue reading

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Thesis Semester

Those of you heading into your fourth semester in the Fall should already have a good handle on the direction of and plan for completion of your thesis projects. There will be a panel session at the August residency on … Continue reading

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Third-Semester Internship or Teaching Practicum

Those of you heading into the third semester in the Fall should be preparing for your internship or teaching practicum. Here is the course description: The program requires students to share their understanding as writers with others who want or … Continue reading

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Tim O’Brien at the Woodbridge (CT) Library

Catching up on our local newspapers and this caught my eye. Thought some of you would be interested… Tim O’Brien – Book DiscussionPart 4 of 4 in the Series: Inventing a Life: Memoir and FictionAt the Woodbridge Library in Woodbridge, … Continue reading

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Looking for a Thrill(er)?

Michael Jackson doesn’t appear on the guest list, but Thrillerfest sounds pretty interesting! This NYC conference on writing thrillers was advertised on a recent Publishers Lunch. I know nothing at all about it, but thought I’d post the link in … Continue reading

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