Monthly Archives: October 2010

One of Our Youngest Readers

Charlie’s pop runs the Sanibel Island Writers Conference. If you happen to be in the Sanibel Island area from November 4-7, stop by and say hello to TSR writers including William Greenway, Augusten Burroughs, Bonnie Jo Campbell, Steve Almond, and our own Jeanne Leiby.

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Be Careful Where You Read the Autumn Issue of TSR

The autumn issue is about to hit mailboxes and store shelves, and if you don’t have access to a copy, then you should definitely consider subscribing. The pages are filled with wonderful works from writers whose names are familiar to our readers: We have letters from Robert Penn Warren; an essay from Lee Zacharias; fiction […]

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TSR’s Cara Blue Adams Report from Bread Loaf

This August, I had the great good luck to attend the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference in Ripton, Vermont, on a waiter scholarship. In the tiny Burlington airport, a passerby asked if I was going to Bread Loaf, and when I said yes, that I’d be a waiter, he said, “I was a waiter a few […]

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TSR’s 2008-2010 Resident Scholar Featured on NBCC Blog

Congratulations to TSR’s former resident scholar Andrew Ervin on the publication of his first novel Extraordinary Renditions and for being featured on The National Book Critics Circle Award blog Critical Mass.

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Robert Cording’s “Walking with Ruskin” Features 4 Poems First Published in TSR

Congratulations, Robert on your beautiful new book! CavanKerry Press

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