"Call me the whale guy a hansom cab Steve Ishmael."
"The Old Man and the Sea"
"He was an old man ...
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In short, pithy essays, Celia Blue Johnson recounts how the simplest moments -- a trip, an odd job -- inspired some of the most beloved classics of Western literature. I talked with her to hear more about these fascinating accounts.
We know we're a little late, but in honor of same-sex marriage officially being legalized in New York state and this GOOD post about gay romances in l...
From Writer's Relief:
Whether you're pitching a book to a literary agent, trying to lure readers to dig into their pockets and buy your book, or hopi...
Women travellers in fiction appear in many forms. First there are the more traditional travellers: the unconventional spinster, the ingénue flung int...
Ultimately, the presence of the gods in The Infinities draws our attention, not to the heavens, but to the characters' spaces within, and the inner infinite in us all.
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