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02.08.2010 | | Posted at 05:30 PM

Hailing from southeast Wisconsin

By Ken Brosky
Sheila Julson, a classmate of mine at Redbird Writing Studio's roundtable group, wanted me to share some of her stories she's written on the blog, and so here it is. See how simple that is, aspiring writers? It's not scary. What's the point of writing stories if you don't want to share them with everyone? All you have to do is email me. Sheila Julson has two stories currently on her Fictionaut ...
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM

Mystery author, poet, rug maker

By Ken Brosky
It's time to get to know another Wisconsin writer. Mary Logue writes both fiction and poetry, lives on both sides of the Mississippi and occasionally makes rugs. Yup, we writers always have an interesting hobby or two ready and waiting whenever the task of writing becomes too much. Mary Logue is best known for her Claire Watkins mystery series. The series centers around Watkins, a deputy ...
09.04.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Ken Brosky
I don't think I really need to talk up Lorrie Moore at this point ... the New York Times book review section does enough of that. But she's from Wisconsin, and she's a great writer who finally just put out a new book called A Gate at the Stairs. For those of you who haven't had the opportunity to read anything by Moore, I managed to find a short story online that you can sink your teeth into. Here...