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Quotables: On Merry Makers, Storytellers, & Brave Deeds

Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill.         ~ Barbara Tuchman

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Remington Roundup: #Read, #Write, #Submit

Summer has been a whirlwind of activity at home and beyond, but in the mix of vacations, retreats, and cleaning out closets to get ready for fall, here is a cluster of literary links to pull you back into the field of reading, … Continue reading

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Q&A with Jamie Duclos-Yourdon, author of Froelich’s Ladder

“Imagine my voice brother: I am here with you, Harald. We are not alone.” ~ from Froelich’s Ladder by Jamie Duclos-Yourdon (@JamieYourdon) ~ Take two brothers, one very tall ladder, and a quest for fortune. Or fame. Or maybe just love. Mix … Continue reading

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