Monthly Archives: March 2013

Scribblers Precursor Found in 1915 Magazine …

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…and We Meet on Monday!

Just a reminder that we’ll be meeting at Central for the first time next Monday, April 1, at 7:00 PM in the second-floor meeting room.

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Kelly Link to Read at Washington University March 21 and 28

The super-cool and widely admired short-story writer Kelly Link is visiting Washington University as a Hurst Professor and will be presenting two events there: a reading on Thursday, March 21 and a talk on the craft of fiction, March 28. … Continue reading

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Ted Mathys wins Cecil Hemley Memorial Award

Poet Ted Mathys, a part-time St. Louis resident and regular visitor to the Entertainment-Lit-Bio room (which he calls “the poetry room”), has won the 2013 Cecil Hemley Memorial Award for his poem “Vikings Did Not Have Horns on Their Helmets.” … Continue reading

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Six Imperfectly Remembered Quotes from William Gass Event

1. “God, I hate readings.” 2. “I used to assign Colette in my classes, but American students don’t go for her. They understand all about sex, but nothing about sensuality.” 3. On contemporary writing: “It’s too personal for my taste. … Continue reading

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