Dr. Paul Theobald co-presented, with Lisa Lucas, at Southwest Minnesota State University’s Marshall Festival, October 23rd. Their topic was Promoting and Preserving Rural Literature. You can check out the whole program here: https://www.smsu.edu/marshallfestival/?id=11539
We were happy to hear from our old friend, James Rosenzweig (Following Pulitzer). He’s now living and working in Washington, and we are looking forward to working with him to create an exhibit on rural literature at his new institution!
Advisory board member Mark Munger is ever busy, writing and promoting his own works (all of which we can highly recommend to you!). He also, however, writes a blog about the books he’s been reading. Read Judge Munger’s entry into the fray surrounding Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman here.
We send our very best well wishes out to RLR Special Consultant Linda M. Hasselstrom, who recently underwent cataract surgery – successfully! We look forward to many more posts on Linda’s web and blog sites, where she so wonderfully shares what she can see with all of us. You can also visit Linda on Facebook, as we do, for a daily dose of insight, nature, and Cosmo and Toby!
Last but not least, our first audiobook, Paul Corey’s Three Miles Square, recorded by Paul Reynolds, has been sent to Foreverland Press for publication. Stay tuned for details on when it will be available for purchase.