Posts Tagged “Jane Brox”

Jane Brox’s List for ‘Sense of Place’ Writing & Reading

At her Lunchtime Lecture at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center this past Monday, Jane Brox distributed a list of “Works Mentioned” in her talk about “Reading, Writing, and Sense of Place.” The books about Sicily are included because Jane is preparing for a trip there in the fall. By…

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Merrimack Valley Literary Renaissance: Bos. Globe, 2001

It’s been ten years since writer Neil Miller in the Boston Globe Magazine shone a spotlight on the Merrimack Valley literary renaissance that was getting noticed at home and far away. The region of Bradstreet, Thoreau, Whittier, Frost, Kerouac, and others has emerged in our time as a literary hotspot. Read the…

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Jane Brox @ Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference

Award-winning author Jane Brox, who grew up and lived in Dracut until recently, will be among the featured faculty at the prestigious annual Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference at Middlebury College in Vermont, August 10 to 20, 2011. For details, visit www.middlebury.edu/blwc Her faculty colleagues will include Chang-rae Lee, Philip Levine, and…

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