Monthly Archives: September 2010

Larry Hewitt and Brian Craig Miller Guests at Virtual Book Signing

Larry Hewitt and Brian Craig Miller Guests at Virtual Book Signing Last month Larry Hewitt talked about Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, Vols 1 & 2 and Brian Craig Miller discussed John Bell Hood and the Fight for Civil War Memory at Chicago’s ...

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Ghost Bird Book Launch and Film Festival 10/21

Ghost Bird Book Launch and Film Festival – Save the Date! Thursday, October 21, Knoxville Museum of Art Doors open at 6 p. m. / show starts at 7 p. m. There will be a showing of Ghost Bird, a new documentary about the search for the ivory-billed woodpecker. The evening will ...

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Lee and Jackson’s Bloody Twelfth Book Launch 9/25-9/26

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Lee and Jackson’s Bloody Twelfth Book Launch – Save the Date! Saturday, September 25 – Sunday, September 26 Stratford Hall, Stratford, Virginia. Johnnie Pearson will launch his new book, Lee and Jackson’s Bloody Twelfth, at the Chesapeake Bay Wine and Harvest ...

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UT Press Launches YouTube Channel!

Visit with our authors as they discuss their newest projects at http://www.youtube.com/utennpress <http://www.youtube.com/utennpress> . New this month— Lyn Bales and Nancy Tanner discuss their new project ...

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Interview with David Madden in Psychology Today!!!

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Check out the interview with Author David Madden in Psychology Today!! http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/creating-in-flow/201008/dont-write-revise-and-break-rules

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Literary Lion David Madden Returns to Tiger Country

The Foundation for Historical Louisiana’s (FHL) monthly heritage lecture series will feature David Madden, novelist, historian, editor, lecturer, and literary critic. Madden, who retired in 2009 from the LSU faculty after many years of teaching and leadership posts, most recently held the Robert Penn Warren Professorship of Creative Writing. He is now a resident of Black Mountain, North Carolina. Both Madden and his wife, Robbie, were intrepid community activists and volunteers during their residency in Baton Rouge. They were one of the first to recognize the value of the homes in Baton Rouge’s Garden District when they purchased a large Victorian on Park Boulevard before preservation took over the neighborhood.

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