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Offbeat Gargoyle and Cologne No. 10 For Men

I was excited to read that Gargoyle, DC’s oldest literary magazine, celebrated its 40th anniversary, and I’m proud that I worked with its founder and editor, Richard Peabody, a couple of times over the years. That sort of puts me in the company of MacArthur … Continue reading

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End of the world?

Not in Gaithersburg, Maryland on Saturday, May 21, 2011. This was a fine day for the 2nd annual Gaithersburg Book Festival—sunny and warm with a gentle breeze. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., excited readers raced from tent to tent to hear their favorite … Continue reading

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AWP in DC! Feb 2-5, 2011 – ENTRY FOUR: Speakpeace Paintings and Poems, and Richard Peabody

The annual conference of the Association of Writers & Writing Programs took place this year at the Marriott Wardman Park and Omni Shoreham Hotels in Washington, D.C. I had two special moments. I visited the Speakpeace (www.speakpeace.net), an exhibit of … Continue reading

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