Profile: Henry Harmon Spalding

Profile: Henry Harmon Spalding

If you grew up in Washington State and were educated in the public school system (long may it reign!), you’ve probably heard about Henry Harmon Spalding via the eighth grade requirement, Washington State History. Little known fact: 155 years ago, he lived across the...

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The Read Warrior

The Read Warrior

From the post-apocalyptic wasteland of American culture rises a new hero. Wielding books as bridges between disparate segments of society, they are known as The Read Warriors. You, too, can become a legend in your own time. It’s such a simple concept you’ll wonder why...

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True Voter Fraud Story

True Voter Fraud Story

Voter fraud is again in the news. This compels me to share my own, true experience with voter fraud. I’m not interested in hype or speculation. I don’t think you would be, either, if a voter fraud campaign had touched your life. October, 2012. We’d just returned from...

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Interview with Martin McCaw

Interview with Martin McCaw

Martin McCaw writes elegant, direct fiction, peppered with quirky humor. His impressive list of award-winning short stories is now joined by his spellbinding debut novel, The Low Road. Full disclosure: Martin McCaw is my critique partner and an influential writing...

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