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Highwire Act reading and talk at the Sawyer Free Library

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Thursday, October 12, 2023 5:30-6:30pm Author Talk with JoeAnn Hart Local author, JoeAnn Hart, will discuss her new collection of short fiction, Highwire Act & Other Tales of Survival. In this collection of […]

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Author Guild Spotlight

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https://authorsguild.org/member-spotlights/member-spotlight-joeann-hart/   Member Spotlight: JoeAnn Hart September 19, 2023 Why is writing important to you and why do you think it’s an important medium for the world? Writing is a personal […]

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Good Job, Robin

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A new piece of climate fiction up at slate.com called Good Job, Robin.     Then enjoy the response essay in slate from Christy Spackman a scientist about whether we […]

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The best climate fiction books

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Ben Fox over at Shepherd.com (a great place to discover your next read) asked me what my favorite climate fiction books were. It was tough to whittle them down to […]

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I Am Not Your Negro

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Worldwide Screening of the international literature festival berlin (ilb) is taking place around the globe today. […]

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Book Stew Interview

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Thank you Eileen MacDougall for a lively discussion of Stamford 76 on Book Stew last month on WCTV.  

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Stamford ’76 in the Colorado Review

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https://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/reviews/stamford-76/   Stamford ’76 Nonfiction By JoeAnn Hart Reviewed By Lisa Harries Schumann Excavation of the past is exacting work. In Stamford ’76, JoeAnn Hart unearths facts and memories in a […]

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Brevity Review, by Debbie Hagan

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  By Debbie Hagan As I read JoeAnn Hart’s page-turning memoir/crime story, Stamford ’76: A True Story of Murder, Corruption, Race, and Feminism in the 1970s, I traveled back some forty years […]

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