Monthly Archives: November 2015

Reservations by Teresa LaBella

I admit it: I’m having a blast settling into my new neighborhood and getting to know the writers here. My part of eastern Iowa is full of literary talent, and they’re not just graduates unmoored from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Rêveuse by Angélique Jamail

For days after I finished reading Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus, I had to distract myself with other things to keep from breathless reverie. I’m trying to remember the last time I was so affected by a book, and I … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads A.D. Scott

Set in the Northern Scottish Highlands in the 1950s, A. D. Scott’s A Kind of Grief could be a revelation for feminists who have previously viewed this decade through the “Leave It To Beaver” looking glass. The women in Scott’s … Continue reading

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