Monthly Archives: September 2013

Andy Alexander, Mike Perrota… Advertisements

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Associated Press Story

Hi Everyone, I wanted to share a link to a story I wrote for the AP that ended up getting picked up by several newspapers across the country: It’s a sad story about a 22-year-old Connecticut airman who was … Continue reading

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Call For Submissions: The Truth About The Fact

The Truth About The Fact journal is accepting “submissions of short nonfiction stories, nonfiction poetry, and black & white photography. The journal is published at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and aims to shed light upon societal truths and occurrences from … Continue reading

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Hot topic for fiction writers– does your main character have to be likable?

This debate has been popping up on literary sites all month–see the New York Times  article link attached below. It’s true that the “like” factor is often one of the first measures that comes up in fiction workshop critiques. For … Continue reading

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Saturday’s Event–30 Poets and Musicians…

…including faculty and graduates of the MFA program, along with CT Poet Laureate Dick Allen and former CT Poet Laureate Marilyn Nelson. Hope to see many of you there! Live music, especially Don Lowe! Bring a picnic… on the patio … Continue reading

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Good Advice for Readings

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You Tube Book Girl TV interview–Sandra Barron Created to connect, inform and motivate, BookGirl.TV hosts a monthly video book club featuring best-selling and emerging authors. I’m the September interview. Check out the sangria recipe the host created for my novel, … Continue reading

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