Whitewash Dreams is an online writer’s resource founded in 2011. Based on Long Island in Hicksville, New York, Whitewash Dreams strives to redefine what literature is considered to be, then to move our readers with it, so they may think about and question their own semiotics. Whitewashdreams.com is a place for ideas to converge on all types of literature and to make writer’s words, our reader’s poetry.

8 Ways to Get Free Kindle Books - U.S. News & World Report

8 Ways to Get Free Kindle Books – U.S. News & World Report

8 Ways to Get Free Kindle Books
U.S. News & World Report
I spend a fair amount of time traveling, and I was always the person that would lug four or five books with me on our summer vacations. The real turning point happened in 2009, when my husband and I were attending a friend’s wedding in Hawaii. I had

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Who did what? Clarifying author roles benefits researchers, publishers and … - Scientific American (blog)

Who did what? Clarifying author roles benefits researchers, publishers and … – Scientific American (blog)

Who did what? Clarifying author roles benefits researchers, publishers and
Scientific American (blog)
Scholarly scientific publishing has a lot of traditions that are not transparent to the reader such as peer review or the non-payment of authors. The existence of many authors on a single paper is also a bit of a mystery. Why are there so many? What

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Dodge Poetry Festival Set to Return to Newark - New York Times (blog)

Dodge Poetry Festival Set to Return to Newark – New York Times (blog)

Dodge Poetry Festival Set to Return to Newark
New York Times (blog)
The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, the biggest in North America, will be back for the third time at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, a city not often associated with iambic pentameter when the festival first announced it was coming

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Springfield Writes to showcase 24 authors - Springfield News Sun

Springfield Writes to showcase 24 authors – Springfield News Sun

Springfield Writes to showcase 24 authors
Springfield News Sun
What do a zombie apocalypse love story, a grunch, Farwalkers and salt have in common? They sprang from the minds of area writers as subjects of books they’ve had published. Twenty-four local authors will be recognized at the first Springfield Writes

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Poetry Month 2014: We Need Writers So We Can Continue to Exist - Huffington Post

Poetry Month 2014: We Need Writers So We Can Continue to Exist – Huffington Post

Poetry Month 2014: We Need Writers So We Can Continue to Exist
Huffington Post
We’re past the halfway mark, but happy Poetry Month, anyway. It’s still April after all. And while taxes (for most of us) are done, poetry is still going strong. And what a busy scene we have here in Detroit. All month, my poetry plate has ‘runneth-ed

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Dodge Poetry Festival returns to Newark with Pulitzer Prize winners and slam … - The Star-Ledger

Dodge Poetry Festival returns to Newark with Pulitzer Prize winners and slam … – The Star-Ledger

Dodge Poetry Festival returns to Newark with Pulitzer Prize winners and slam
The Star-Ledger
The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry festival returns to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Newark’s Downtown Arts District for its fifteenth biennial this fall, bearing a roster of about 50 of the field’s most celebrated writers and slam poets. Among

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6 Books You Should Read This Spring - Huffington Post

6 Books You Should Read This Spring – Huffington Post

Books You Should Read This Spring
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Maggie Shipstead’s thrilling second book, Astonish Me (Knopf), is an homage to, and exposé of, the exhilarating, punishing world of ballet; it’s also a searing rumination on insecurity, secrecy, and friendship. The story line takes its inspiration from

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Towns briefs: Poetry reading, Arbor Day event, feral cat trapper class - Poughkeepsie Journal

Towns briefs: Poetry reading, Arbor Day event, feral cat trapper class – Poughkeepsie Journal

Towns briefs: Poetry reading, Arbor Day event, feral cat trapper class
Poughkeepsie Journal
BEACON – Listen to the poetry of Beacon Poet Laureate Laurence Sansone from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aprl 24 at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main St. Sansone will read selections from his “Beacon Main Street Poems” project as well as a variety of other …

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Authors! Authors! Authors! Elizabeth Warren’s book hits the shelves. Whose is … - Washington Post (blog)

Authors! Authors! Authors! Elizabeth Warren’s book hits the shelves. Whose is … – Washington Post (blog)

Authors! Authors! Authors! Elizabeth Warren’s book hits the shelves. Whose is
Washington Post (blog)
Elizabeth Warren addresses the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte on Sept. 5, 2012. (J. Scott Applewhite – AP). A new book by Sen. Elizabeth Warren is hitting brick-and-mortar and online bookstores today. The Massachusetts Democrat has …

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Local authors turning page towards self-publishing - WDRB

Local authors turning page towards self-publishing – WDRB

Local authors turning page towards self-publishing
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -“You know a lot of people come into relationships. They think I love him and I love her and sometimes love is not enough,” said local author Anitra Durand Allen. On May 1, Allen goes from blogger to book writer. The book is

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