are my heros . . .
Added by Kathryn Magendie on July 28, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
In addition to Bastille Day in France, I just learned that yesterday (July 14) was National Nude Day in the U.S.! Why is this important?
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Opening Day, the second in the Matt Davis Mystery Series by local author Joe Perrone Jr, was recently awarded an…Continue
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On Sunday, July 15 at 3:00 p.m., Blue Ridge Books will host authors Kathryn Magendie (Family Graces), Kimberly Brock (The River Witch), Erika Marks (Little Gale Gumbo), and the musical act, Grits & Soul.
Kathryn Magendie's Family Graces is the last in her trilogy that includes Tender Graces and Secret Graces. Her trilogy traces the journey of Virginia Kate Carey as she deals with the ghosts of her…
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Friends! Are you on the receiving end of this slow and steady rain? I wouldn't have thought we could stand much more water but am grateful for full rain barrels and a garden I don't have to water.
The first wee printing of my book has sold out and the second printing arrived late Wednesday. I am very grateful for its reception, especially amongst folks who remember these old techniques or heard tell of them from elder relatives. Like this one, from the mother of a friend and…Continue
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Just trying to contact Rob, to thank him for neat (and insightful) review of Russ Kick's
The Graphic Canon, especially the part about the Gilgamesh entry!
Kevin Dixon, the artist, spent first two years of his life in Asheville, where I had gone back to teach, 1965-67, having finished MA at Hopkins, after 4 yrs at UNC, and the five before that as a student at Asheville School (9155-60!) Just wanted you to know the Asheville connection, and
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