Month: December 2009
Protected: nice fail
Protected: revision–lena’s trip home
Joanna Beth Tweedy Interview
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Protected: free writing–monte stories
joanna beth tweedy interview
Some news: D and I interviewed and filmed an interview with Joanna Beth Tweedy author of the novel The Yonder Side of Sass and Texas. She discussed her novel and finding a publisher as well as the use of dialect/patois in her fiction. Also we discussed her founding of the Quiddity International Literary Journal and Public Radio Program. We should have that edited and up on the LLR website in a week or so.
Protected: revision–carlos’ unexplained sighting
I received an email from Jim Lopez of Antique Children Literary Journal the other day. I’ve been following this new site closely because it has some interesting films and fiction posted. He wants to post the story “Little Blue Box” on their website and also wants to publish “Driven to the Fields” in their first print quarterly journal.