fiction, poetry, the craft of writing, and the literary life in the Pacific Northwest
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Helene Hanff 1916-1997
If you haven't re-read 84 Charing Cross Road in a while, this might be the time. If you have been living under a rock, and have never read this book, well, buddy, I almost envy you. The film is pretty good, too, but the book is swell, just swell.
Linera Lucas won the 2007 Crucible Fiction Prize and has had short stories published in Crucible, Boomtown Anthology, Pindeldyboz, VerbSap, VoiceCatcher Anthology and elsewhere. She has an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte and has taught creative writing in Seattle at the University of Washington Women’s Center and at Richard Hugo House.