Tanguay vs. Tyson, Round 3

Pablo Tanguay
March 10, 2014
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One challenge of being human is that you’re sort of honor bound to move beyond personal prejudices and your own cultural norms in order to see your fellow persons as equally human. Meeting that challenge means acknowledging your inclusion in…

What Kind of Workshop Works?

David Lynn
March 3, 2014
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Micro-communities. That’s what writers’ workshops really are.  They gather together young practitioners and the not-so-young as well.  Skilled artists and aspirants. Writing, talking about the work and the process; eating and drinking, talking about most anything; living together for a…

Tanguay vs. Tyson, Round 2

Pablo Tanguay
February 26, 2014
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I haven’t read ghostwriter Larry “Ratso” Sloman’s autobiographies of Howard Stern, David Blaine, Kiss drummer Peter Criss, or the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis, so I don’t know if any of those guys, after reading the final manuscript of…

KR in Seattle

David Lynn
February 24, 2014
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Even more than reading, which may be shared as a bedtime story or a tale around a campfire, writing has always been a solitary endeavor.  One labors at night or early morning, struggling with phrases and images, wrestling recalcitrant characters…

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