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The Writers' Block | Sep 17, 2012

Chapbook Poems

Alli Warren, one of the five writers taking part in The Writers' Block Lit Crawl event "New Kids on the Block" on October 13th, reads selected poems. By Alli Warren   



The Writers' Block | Sep 10, 2012

People Who Are Good People

Andrea Kneeland, one of the five writers taking part in The Writers' Block Lit Crawl event "New Kids on the Block" on October 13th, reads from her short story "People Who Are Good People." By Andrea Kneeland   



The Writers' Block | Sep 06, 2012

When It Happens to You

Molly Ringwald, everyone's favorite redhead from movies like Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, and The Breakfast Club, reads from her first novel, When It Happens to You. By Molly Ringwald   



The Writers' Block | Sep 03, 2012

Fine Fine Music

Cassie J. Sneider reads "Sugar Sugar," a story from her hilarious collection Fine Fine Music about the hazardous effects of being forced to wear a sexy wizard costume for Halloween at the age of 10. By Cassie J. Sneider   



The Writers' Block | Aug 27, 2012

A Million Heavens

John Brandon, author of the much acclaimed Citrus County, reads a passage from his latest, A Million Heavens. By John Brandon   



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