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Rob Greene
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Where I will be at Boskone
Boskone is a fantastic, book-minded science-fiction convention that I have been attending for the past several years. This year, I have graduated to "panelist," and I have been advised to share this with all of my "fans" and friends: The happy top finishers...

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From goat to soap
Every spring, Brenda and I go to Jenness Farm in Nottingham, NH to stock up on soap. The soap is handcrafted from goats’ milk, and we buy a year’s worth at a time, swapping and sniffing the bars (about 90 varieties!) in the showroom until we get the ones we...

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I am, without doubt, with her
Hillary Clinton has my respect, my support, and, around 6
a.m. tomorrow, she’ll have my vote. I like Hillary. I met her years ago, and I voted for her in
the 2008 Primary. I respect much of what Barack Obama did in office, but I
believe Hillary would have d...

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Count down the months in #typewriters
I have a butt load of typewriters (butt, in this case, being a cask used to carry ale or the wagon used to carry said cask, not the fleshy mound I sit upon). How many? It depends on who's answering the question.  On a good day, I have 25 or so that work, an...

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On Writing: Interesting Bit of Research
I was showing my students how to
use EBSCO and used “typewriters” (of course) as a search topic. Among other
things, EBSCO came up with an article from the Nov. 2016 British Journal of
Psychology about a study testing “transcription fluency” (typing speed)
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Too Many Years in Review
Whew! I am managing to post less than (but
not much than) two years since the last time. That means something, right? I’m
not a total failure as a blogger … I talk up typewriters at 2016's New Hampshire Writers' Week.  It has been many a busy month since I
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A reunion and retreat for survivors of SNHU MFA in Fiction/Nonfiction Program

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On Writing: What I learned at Boskone 45
Boskone is a 52-year-old, literary-heavy, science-fiction convention that I’ve been going to for a number of years. It’s a small convention, where you might find Charlie Stross wandering around with a cup of tea or find yourself sharing a bank of urinals wi...
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