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Steve Padilla 7 Dec 16
"I don't want anyone reading my to think about style. I just want them to be in the story." , born Dec. 7, 1873.
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SITI Company 2 Feb 17
Artistic growth is, more than it is anything else, a refining of the sense of truthfulness.
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Alex Hoyt Nov 13
Observe the centenary of WWI armistice with this brilliant essay on Heartland women's contributions to the war. Published in the magazine and, nearly a century later, in : cc:
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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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blu _ ya Aug 13
Where there is great love , there are always wishes . Hello everyone .... always have a good time . .... I love you mega much !!!! 🙏🏽
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James Aiken May 21
Death Comes For The Archbishop - photograph by James Aiken Dying shrubs behind the wrought iron fence preceed the entrance to a cathedral in lower Manhattan of New York City Via
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bjz photographs 19 Mar 17
'A pioneer should have imagination, should be able to enjoy the idea of things more than the things themselves.' ~
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Heather Gudenkauf Mar 30
When your hometown bookstore @river_lights knows how much you love Willa Cather and gives you a copy of the 100th anniversary edition of My Antonia with an introduction by Jane Smiley 💕
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BOOK CLUB Bookstore Aug 21
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Stephanie Tsank Jul 24
Thinking today about how spending extended time with an author’s personal letters is such an intimate experience. You get to know the author in a totally different way than how you think about and analyze their literary output. It is both a complication and a joy.
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Todd Niemi Jul 28
Just reread by . I'm fortunate to live only a 20-minute drive from her grave, so I can visit it whenever I like. So grateful to this remarkable woman for her inspiring characters & beautiful stories, which continue to be a powerful influence in my life.
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Brad Ashford Mar 15
Nebraska's own . Her masterpiece, My Antonia, turns 100 this year, but these days, thanks to the most explosive immigration crisis in American life since the Reagan era’s Immigration Reform, it has acquired a new timeliness.
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Nathan Tye Apr 24
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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Tall Tales Books Dec 7
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Nicole Grimes Jun 18
on : “What she passionately loves […] is an immigrant culture in which people keep their characteristics and their qualities, their tribal behavior, the things they’ve brought with them from their old country." A timely read (and podcast)
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Stephanie Tsank Sep 13
This is so exciting! Dr. Lauren Rabinovitz talks here about the upcoming special issue of . Thrilled & honored to have my work on and representations of immigrant characters via food included among a stellar group of food scholars.
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bjz photographs 21 Oct 17
'This is reality, whether you like it or not-- all those frivolities of summer, the light and shadow'
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Everyman's Library 12 Jan 18
#2018 marks a hundred years since Willa Cather published My Ántonia – a passionate yet understated account of an immigrant pioneer family in Nebraska, which delves into the minutiae of human emotion amidst a vast and often overpowering landscape.
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NET Nebraska 7 Dec 17
On this date, Dec. 7, 1873, one of Nebraska's great authors, Willa Cather, was born. Her writings about Nebraska prairies & farming communities painted a picture of our great state.
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NEH 8 Jan 18
Over 1,500 of the known letters penned by Pulitzer-winning novelist have been compiled, digitized, and annotated. And soon, they’ll be available online thanks to an to at the .
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