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The Pirates Alley Faulkner Society has issued its formal Call for Papers for 2012. We are actively soliciting presentations on the work of 2012 Words & Music featured speaker Ernest Gaines and its relevance in contemporary life and literature, as well as presentations relating to this year’s theme: Literature out of time. Eligibility: Presenters must ...Read more.
DEAD LOVE, the “sweet little zombie novel” from Linda Watanabe McFerrin, is now hitting bookstores. According to LInda, “This is the perfect time to thank you SO MUCH for your kind support on the journey to publication. When some of my friends first saw this project, zombies were as cold as last month’s spuds. Now ...Read more.
When disaster strikes, writers write. That’s no secret. But a well-kept secret, at least outside the writing community, is why so many writers continue to be compelled to pen their observations of New Orleans, even five years after that massive disaster labeled Katrina… Feeding that frenzy, pre- and post-Katrina, have been author Rosemary James and ...Read more.
Nothing thrills us more here at the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society than to receive author success stories, especially from aspiring authors who join us each year at Words & Music! Maryann received an e-mail from the editor of Able Muse, informing her that he had selected a short story of hers for publication. According to ...Read more.