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Flash Fiction: Underdog

“It doesn’t matter how many times you get knocked down . . . What matters is how many times you get up.” – Rower Joe Rantz, quoted in “The Boys in the Boat” by Daniel James Brown In 1936, the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest Winners: “Outsider”

As part of this year’s One Read program and inspired by the themes of displacement, disconnection and longing for the feeling of home in “The Ruins of Us,” we challenged writers to craft a tale that somehow explores this idea of being … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest: Outsider

This contest is now closed. Thank you to all who entered! Winners will be announced by September 13. “Imagine. To live out your life in a country not your own. Imagine it.” – Keija Parssinen, “The Ruins of Us” This … Continue reading

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One Read Art Exhibit: Call for Submissions

Home A One Read Art Exhibit Orr Street Studios (106 Orr Street, Columbia) “Your heart’s love has no land, no homeland, no address.” ~ poet Nizar Qabbani, as quoted by Keija Parssinen in “The Ruins of Us”   Inspired by … Continue reading

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