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Veronica Golos

From The Lost Notebook of Mary Day Brown, Elba, New York, late evening, December 6, 1859  (5 days after the hanging of my husband John Brown.) This morning they began to arrive. First one in a small wagon, his young son beside him. Then an entire family, three children, father mother, grandmother. Even some we […]
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An excerpt from forth coming novella by Resident Writer Shahar Bram

Here's an excerpt from a work-in-progress that I worked on while at the Gloucester Writers Center–it is a novella partly inspired by the surroundings and atmosphere in Gloucester. -Shahar Bram Kids’ laughter came from a distance, the joyous sound of children at play. Their voices rolled through the house like waves, washing his thoughts away. […]
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Rudy Rucker on Being a Visiting Writer in Gloucester

I visited the Writers Center in Gloucester, Mass, for a week. My wife Sylvia was along as well. We were lodged in the modest former home of the late Vincent Ferrini, a friend of Charles Olson’s and a beloved Gloucester poet in his own right. His film-maker nephew Henry Ferrini raised the funds to set […]
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