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Jacqueline Woodson reads from Brown Girl Dreaming

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He Made This Screen by Marianne Moore

not of silver nor of coral, but of weatherbeaten laurel. Here, he introduced a sea uniform like tapestry; here, a fig-tree; there, a face; there, a dragon circling space— designating here, a bower; there, a pointed passion-flower.

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Interview with Autumn Grace, author of Midlight

Today we have an interview with Autumn Grace, the author of NightLark’s most recent release, the YA SciFi novel, Midlight. Her bio: Autumn Grace grew up in New England with her mom, older brother, younger sister, and her identical twin. Her … Continue reading

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H.G. Wells Quotes

Quick Bio Bit from Wikipedia: “Herbert George Wells (21 September 1866 – 13 August 1946), usually referred to as H. G. Wells, was an English writer. He was prolific in many genres, writing dozens of novels, short stories, and works … Continue reading

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New Release: Midlight by Autumn Grace

We are pleased to announce that Autumn Grace’s debut novel, Midlight, is now available at Amazon and other places ebooks are sold. MIDLIGHT by Autumn Grace If the daylight doesn’t kill you, the diurnal ones will. But when death is … Continue reading

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Jonathan Franzen Interview: Books Made Me Survive

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A Song Of Swords By Gilbert Keith Chesterton

“A drove of cattle came into a village called Swords; and was stopped by the rioters.”–Daily Paper. In the place called Swords on the Irish road It is told for a new renown How we held the horns of the … Continue reading

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