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Lauren Faulkenberry
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Author of the Bayou series, printmaker and book enthusiast.
Author of the Bayou series, printmaker and book enthusiast.

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Read the 4 ways a roadmap can propel your novel forward. (It's my latest column for Underground Book Reviews.)

http://bit.ly/2dFad5p

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Check out this great review of my new novel by Jennifer over at Dandelions Inspired! There's also an interview + a giveaway of my novella Back to Bayou Sabine.

The new Bayou novel is out Oct 10!

http://bit.ly/2dETkWQ

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Project Writing Week
Last week, My friend Katie and I set aside five days for our own personal writing retreat. We'd been reading and editing each other's novels for several months, and couldn't seem to finish. With a new goal in mind (new endings, submissions in February), we ...

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January Brings Papkermaking and the Venturi Effect
This week in the studio: how many balls can one gal juggle and not completely lose her head?  Today I'm gearing up for a week of papermaking at Longwood University. I'm not due there until February 5, but I've already started the seemingly endless task of c...

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The Cuckoo is My Spirit Animal, or How Penland Brought My Mojo Back
the "Road to Nowhere," near Fontana, NC I can't believe I haven't written here since July. It appears I have gone down a serious rabbit hole--one that involved working 7 days a week at two very different jobs. But hey, you have to make hay while the sun shi...

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ChattZineFest and Interview With Artist Megan Kelley
4th floor of the Chatt Public Library A couple of weeks ago I went outside my comfort zone and booked a table at my first zine fest. The Chattanooga Public Library was hosting its first annual ChattZineFest , and boy am I glad I went. (Thanks Sonja, for giv...

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Flat Stanley Comes to Visit
Yesterday I had a special visitor. He could only stay for a day, since he had a tight schedule, but we packed a lot into his visit. Flat Stanley was curious about letterpress printing and book binding, so I taught him a few tricks. We went over the basics. ...

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My Kind of Relay (or, No Running Required)
So a writer friend of mine invited me to play along in this blog relay to discuss writing processes. It's been going on since October, and I'm delighted to get in on this one. The idea is to answer a few questions about your writing, and then pass the torch...

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Book Design, Demon Deacons, and Marty McFly
maybe we should have lain in the poppies before attempting layouts Last week, I celebrated the Great Thaw with a post-Spring Break visit to Wake Forest University. I was meeting with a group of creative writing students who wanted to make chapbooks of their...

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Go-Go Gadget Photo Tent!
A few folks have been asking, so I thought I'd share my recent forays into photography. Specifically, we're talking photography of books and prints for the seemingly endless string of applications (for teaching, for residencies, for submissions to galleries...
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