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- I like a lot of things about Elgin High School's Writers Week, including that one-of-a-kind podium! #EHSWW15 Photo credit: @DianaZ1 2 days ago
- Today's class journal topic: Begin with this: No thank you. (from Natalie Goldberg) #HCE100 3 days ago
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Tampa Burn by Randy Wayne White My rating: 3 of 5 stars Randy Wayne White’s thriller series is excellent entertainment. Set in and around the Gulf Coast of Florida, these books star semi-retired government assassin turned marine biologist Doc Ford … Continue reading
At the recent Alumni Fest celebrating our school’s 50th year, I saw a lot of former students and colleagues, and a lot of smiles and hugs. One moment though will stick with me for a long time. I ran into … Continue reading
A steamboat captain named Twain who moonlights as a writer? I’m in! But guess what? It’s not Mark Twain. The hero of Mark Siegel’s graphic novel Sailor Twain: Or: The Mermaid in the Hudson is Elijah Twain, writer and steamboat … Continue reading
The Paris Wife is Paula McLain’s beautifully written nonfiction novel told by Hadley Richardson, the first wife of Ernest Hemingway. Set in 1920s Paris, Hadley’s story gives readers a deeply imagined version of the American expatriate scene and its most … Continue reading