Monthly Archives: March 2012

Virginia Woolf was at AWP but I wasn’t…

I tuned in by web to last week’s Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference in Chicago. It would have been exciting to be among the 9,000 participants and to hear Margaret Atwood’s keynote talk as well as many of … Continue reading

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Jane Austen Lives On…

…and on and on. Which is what I wrote about in my latest Between the Lines column for the Presidio Sentinel after reading P.D. James’ Death Comes to Pemberley. The Jane mania has resulted in a fair share of silliness, but it’s … Continue reading

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