Thurber House Evening With Authors – Susan Orlean

With my ticket and paperback copy of Rin Tin Tin in hand, I rushed into the Columbus Museum of Art and found a nice aisle seat for the event. When Susan walked down the aisle to take her seat, the women in front of me commented on her skirt. It was a showstopper! Ron Shaull,… Continue reading Thurber House Evening With Authors – Susan Orlean

Thurber House Evening with Authors – Chris Cleave

My review of Little Bee is very short and understated. There was so much to talk about but I was afraid I would spill some beans. 🙂 Everyone I recommended the book to loved it. It was a no brainer for me to get a ticket to the Thurber House Evening with Authors featuring Chris… Continue reading Thurber House Evening with Authors – Chris Cleave

November 2010

These statistics are all for short stories, poems, or contest entries. Book reviews are not included. Sales in November: 0 Rejections in November: 0 Submissions sent out in November: 0 Total stories/poems/contests pending responses: 0 This is the month in which I tell myself I’m awful and wonderful at the same time.  I’ll start off with the bad.… Continue reading November 2010

June 2010

These statistics are all for short stories, poems, or contest entries. Book reviews (and interviews) are not included. Sales in June: 0 Rejections in June: 1 Submissions sent out in June: 2 Total stories/poems/contests pending responses: 2 The Thurber House has a contest each year to kick off the summer season.  This was the first year I entered… Continue reading June 2010

An Hour of Comedy

Friday evening was fun.  When I arrived they were accepting raffle entries to win two tickets to the next “Evenings With Authors” night.  Three Dog Bakery was a sponsor and there was a big basket with little treat bags. Tom Holiday with the Board of Trustees served as the host.  He introduced Markoe and they started… Continue reading An Hour of Comedy

The Thurber House

James Thurber was a student at The Ohio State University before going on fame and fortune at the New Yorker.  The house he lived in with his parents and siblings is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  In 1984 it was turned into a museum and literary arts center.  They sponsor several programs all… Continue reading The Thurber House