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KWH Pick of the Week: “The Girl, the Wolf, the Crone” by Kellie Wells, Chosen by Shannon Robinson

December 17, 2012

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Knox Writers’ House Contributor’s Pick of the Week 12/17/2012 The Girl, the Wolf, the Crone by Kellie Wells in Tuscaloosa, AL Chosen by Shannon Robinson in Princeton, NJ who says: Creepy, lyrical, surreal, and wry, this is a wonderful retelling of “Little Red Riding Hood”—or rather, as Kellie Wells tells us on her website, it’s a retelling of “The Story of […]

KWH Pick of the Week: “Cherry Blossoms Blowing in Wet, Blowing Snow” by James Galvin, Chosen by James Arthur

December 10, 2012

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Knox Writers’ House Contributor’s Pick of the Week 12/10/2012 Cherry Blossoms Blowing in Wet, Blowing Snow by James Galvin in Iowa City, IA Chosen by James Arthur in Princeton, NJ who says: This poem, “Cherry Blossoms Blowing in Wet, Blowing Snow,” by James Galvin, has been a favorite of mine for a long time. I find Galvin’s use of […]

KWH Pick of the Week: “The Accidental” by Gina Franco, Chosen by Jeremy Doebert

December 3, 2012

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Knox Writers’ House Contributor’s Pick of the Week 12/3/2012 The Accidental by Gina Franco in Galesburg, IL Chosen by Jeremy Doebert in Lemont, IL who says: Because living out in the suburbs among ghosts, it is a gift to listen to these familiar and unfamiliar voices reading such work that moves us. Because you can listen to a kind […]