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  • Ugh, the double whammy: MS and brothers who are asses! lol You know, there has to be a post in here. Maybe it is a geographical phenomenon? Maybe this is the key to t...
  • ...a couple of novels I'm working on that have characters that started out as an idea of someone I knew. I find that the story and the characters start to take on a li...
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  • Kevin Camp commented on her article Dry Drunk, Part 2
    There are Canada/American South parallels for sure. Another way we are similar is in the inferiority complex. Southerners feel that we're treated as uneducated redneck...
  • Re:  VS Naipaul...who is historically known as fractious,  infamously misogynistic,  and generally a jackhole (even to other male writers.)  Whoever asked him the ques...
  • Oh, God, the "theres" drive me nuts too: there (as in "over there" refers (not refurrs) to geographical placement); they're is your contraction for "they are," and "th...