Year: 2016

49 Writers Roundup for Literary Alaska | December 16-30, 2016

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Lois Paige Simenson | Can We Really Go Home—And Write About It—Again?

Determined to finish a story I began a few years ago, set in my hometown of Butte, Montana, I had no idea where it would lead. What began as memoir has morphed into a historical fiction novel, with fictitious characters based on real people and events. I’ve always wanted to write a story with Butte …

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49 Writers Roundup for Literary Alaska | December 2-15, 2016

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Guest Blogger Rich Chiappone | Listen to this Sentence!

My wife, a school counselor, came home from work this week with an anecdote about an event called The Battle of the Books, an oddly militaristic moniker for a reading activity, but an undertaking that has the students fired up about literature. She said one of the boys on her school’s team, a fourteen-year-old freshman, …

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Tidal Echoes: Southeast’s Literary and Arts Journal

By Kaylyn Haslund and Maranda Clark Tidal Echoes is Southeast Alaska’s annual Literary and Arts journal. For the last 15 years, Tidal Echoes has published the work of local artists and writers. First published in 2004, the journal has grown exponentially with more than 300 submissions a year. The journal was founded by Professor Alexis …

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