Monthly Archives: September 2013

International Day of Peace

Remember that today is the International Day of Peace. It was my honor to participate in a Skyped program arranged by Terry Taylor at our own Interfaith Paths to Peace with similar peace-minded men and women in Tehran, Iran. Quite … Continue reading

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Conversation with two 71-year-old writers

September 7, 2013 Interview with Sena Jeter Naslund. During a discussion of our autumnal years, we two women aged 71 find parallels in our writing life. Sena’s ninth novel, The Fountain of St. James Court; or, Portrait of the Artist … Continue reading

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Back Home in Landing Run, due this fall.

  September 5, 2013   Back Home in Landing Run, due this fall, is a story about an outsider’s quest for acceptance in 1910, the year of Halley’s Comet. A small, Catholic community shuns Emmalene Hershall, a beautiful, Protestant stranger … Continue reading

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