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The Wednesday Web Browser: Congratulations to Churm, The Craft of the Semicolon, and A Profile of Grace Schulman

Warm congratulations to our pal, “Oronte Churm” (born John Griswold) who has just shared the news that his first novel is to be published by Wordcraft of Oregon. That’s one book I am really looking forward to reading!
Given my own fondness for the semicolon, I found Roy Peter Clark’s recent column, “Good Semicolons Make Good Neighbors,” to be excellent reading!
And over at the “day job,” we’ve just posted my profile of poet and professor Grace Schulman. What a privilege it was to write.

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  1. Hi Erika,

    Thanks for pointing out Roy Peter Clark’s reflections on the semicolon.

    I especially like the poetry at the end, which reminded me of another poem on punctuation that appeared in part in Marilyn Taylor’s Poet to Poet column in the April issue of The Writer. Sadly for the semicolon, it was left out of the excerpt there.

    However, you can read Karl Elder’s “Demarcations” in full by clicking on the link on his Web site: http://www.karlelder.com/722552.html

    Sarah Lange, associate editor of The Writer

  2. Great to see you here, Sarah! Thanks so much for your comment.

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