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Radio Gabriel May 16
"There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm."
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timeisanabstract Feb 16
The end is nothing, the road is all.
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Chris Wolak May 15
May Reminder! The Willa Cather Short Story Project #4: Coming, Aphrodite!
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National Willa Cather Center 20h
REGISTER CLOSES 5/20! “I'd be all right if the several fair actresses to whom I have rashly loaned money would see fit to remit, but bless you, they can’t live without paste diamonds and champagne and I haven't the heart to dog them about it.”
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Silas House Jan 27
5 Bank Street. Where lived the longest.
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Christian Bauman 1 Oct 17
: There R only 2 or 3 human stories & they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they had never happened
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National Willa Cather Center May 19
’s visited Red Cloud and spent some time exploring the Childhood Home. Come visit this National Historic Landmark and remarkable place of literary history.
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Tall Tales Books Dec 7
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Chandler Arnold 7 Dec 16
HBD . Magazine editor, Pulitzer Prize winner, member of cowgirl hall of fame. Thought gender norms were for the birds.
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Today 7 Dec 16
Born on this day in 1873 American writer In 1923 she was awarded the for her novel (1922) (d1947)
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Wheels of Thunder 11 Nov 17
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Nathan Tye 24 Apr 18
Today is the 71st anniversary of 's death. Before leaving for grad school I visited Red Cloud for the first time, despite its nearness to my home. The remainders of Willa's Nebraska life served as a reminder that you can leave home, but home always stays with you.
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Silas House Jan 26
I never come to NYC without making pilgrimages to touchstones. Here’s her only remaining residence still in its original form—82 Washington Place (the red plaque is about her)—and The Church of the Ascension Episcopal on 5th Ave, where she was a member.
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Robin Gustafson May 15
Yay! I’m ready for a monthly dose of Willa Cather. Are you?
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Melissa Matthewson 18 Mar 17
Reveling in the last beautiful paragraphs of Willa Cather's My Antonia.
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Kim Cattrall Apr 27
1 of my favorite American authors sums it up.
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Johnny Verlaine 29 Jun 17
'The heart of another is a dark forest, always, no matter how close it has been to one's own'
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Virginia Fitzgerald May 15
Willa Cather ~ American novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner, author of ‘My Antonia’, ‘One of Ours’, ‘ O Pioneers!’ & many more. 34/100
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Virginia Fitzgerald May 15
Today may us learn in all types of weather ... “There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.” Willa Cather 33/100
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Tom Rohde May 13
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