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When the bell tolls for coal, By Vicki Lindner

When the bell tolls for coal: Pull yourself up by your WHAT? By Vicki Lindner (Previously published in Wyofile.com, Wyoming’s truth-telling online newspaper, representing free journalism in a conservative state. Reprinted by permission.) (Opinion) — I moved from New York … Continue reading

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Beyond the Sea, by Vicki Lindner

Beyond the Sea An excerpt from Baby, It’s You,  a memoir By Vicki Lindner   Author’s Summary: “Beyond the Sea” is Chapter 17 of Baby, It’s You, my memoir-in-progress about love, race, and rebellion. This story of an ill-fated interracial … Continue reading

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A Stranger in Trouble (Part II), by Vicki Lindner

A Stranger in Trouble (Part Two) by Vicki Lindner March 18 Endless visitors last night. First came Farayela, the night mama, my favorite. Her face is warm, and she has a talent for a graceful sympathy, different from pity. She … Continue reading

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A Stranger in Trouble (Part I), by Vicki Lindner

A Stranger in Trouble by Vicki Lindner Before I left for Cairo, I fell asleep reading The Egyptian Book of the Dead.  I dreamed a two-headed mummy hid in the hall of my apartment building, waiting to kill me. I … Continue reading

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Writing for Peace Welcomes Paula Dawn Lietz, Artist-in-Residence

“I know not the words to express the deep honour I felt when asked to accept the position of Artist-in-Residence, joining the like-minded writers and artists in the folds of Writing for Peace. There’s an old English proverb that says, … Continue reading

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