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In Culture News: Flannery O'Connor Vs. Ayn Rand, a Bunch of New Seattle Plays, and Colin Firth Can't Hack Paddington

United States / Seattle : Slog

Flannery O'Connor Vs. Ayn Rand: Open Culture republished a chunk of a letter from Flannery O'Connor warning a friend against the author who launched ten thousand Ron Paul clones. O'Connor gets frisky with Rand almost immediately: "I...

Flannery O'Connor to appear on new U.S. postage stamp

United States / Los Angeles : LA Times: Local

Writer Flannery O'Connor will appear on a new postage stamp, the U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday. On the stamp, O'Connor is flanked by peacock feathers; she raised peacocks at her family's  Andalusia Farm in Georgia.

New Board Chair for the Joel Chandler Harris Association

United States / Atlanta : The Wren's Nest

On Wednesday Harold Yudelson was elected as the chairman of the Wren’s Nest’s governing body, the Joel Chandler Harris Association. Harold, retired from the shoe business, succeeds Marshall Thomas, who has been the board chair of th...

Uncle Remus Cannot Die — New York Times Obituary of Joel Chandler Harris

United States / Atlanta : The Wren's Nest

Joel Chandler Harris passed away 101 years ago today.  He was 62, give or take. Here’s what the New York Times Book Review had to say – “Uncle Remus cannot die.  Joel Chandler Harris has departed this life at the age of 60, after ne...

Some Georgia wisdom to start the week

United States / Atlanta : Jay Bookman

Flannery O'Connor and one of her trademark peacocks at her farm near Milledgeville. Today, March 25, is the birthday of the wonderful Flannery O’Connor, the greatest writer in Georgia history if not the best-selling (take a bow of y...


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