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@1455LitArts: A Walking Tour

@1455LitArts: A Walking Tour

No writer worth a damn would ever think to publish (even if anyone was willing to indulge them) an improvised rough draft. Creativity and inspiration, combined, are the easy part (!); the real art is in the process of revision. But a writer with a modest, at best,...

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Free Stuff from 1455!

Free Stuff from 1455!

Okay, it's only stuff I've written, but since I don't have any extra hand sanitizer, toilet paper, or bonus Tiger King footage, this seemed like the most immediately positive gesture possible. For the rest of the week, four Kindle versions of my books are FREE. To...

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1455 RECOMMENDS: YOUR REQUIRED COVID-19 VIEWING

1455 RECOMMENDS: YOUR REQUIRED COVID-19 VIEWING

Following up on our recommended reading list, here's the promised list of movies (some quite appropriate and relevant) to accompany social distancing, working from home, reading, relaxing, and staying both healthy and sane. Disclaimer: these are all films I’ve written...

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1455 Recommends: A Reading List

1455 Recommends: A Reading List

Coming soon: a movie list and, inevitably, some musical suggestions to accompany social distancing, working from home, reading, relaxing, and staying both healthy and sane. But first, some easily recommended books. Disclaimer: these are all works I've written about,...

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1455 PRESENTS: STORYTELLING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

1455 PRESENTS: STORYTELLING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

1455’s second annual Summer Literary Festival is this July, and the overarching theme is STORYTELLING, which affords us ample opportunity to explore and interrogate --and complicate-- the very notion of narrative; what it means, how it applies to societies, not merely...

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Writing Race and Resistance

Writing Race and Resistance

1455 is very proud to partner with historic venue The Potter's House for our first program, WRITING RACE AND RESISTANCE. I'll be joined by Ethelbert Miller, Holly Karapetkova, and Teri Cross Davis. This is a FREE event, but RSVP'ing is suggested. Spread the word and...

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