Monthly Archives: July 2015

OAT: Worlds collide on opposite sides of the snake fence

FGC Quaker Books describes this engaging book thusly: The tale of a Quaker farm boy caught up in the adventures and politics of Colonial Pennsylvania during the French and Indian Wars. Noble Butler struggles to find his own identity and … Continue reading

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The calendar reads July, which means conference season!

For me, at least. As I said more than once this past week, I live for the first full week of July, when the Antioch Writers’ Workshop convenes (Disclaimer: I’ve served as a workfellow for AWW since 2010, and as … Continue reading

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