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What Keeps Me Writing

January 1, 2017 Ken Kuhlken 0

A Perelandra College student who, though mighty serious about writing, can’t often make herself sit down and write, wrote and asked me some questions. In […]

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Novels Change Us

November 9, 2016 Ken Kuhlken 1

David Brooks of the New York Times wrote an editorial about racism and classism and what might be done to counter those attitudes. He commented: […]

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September 2, 2016 Ken Kuhlken 0

In a radio interview I heard Merle Streep say she was lucky because she knew pretty much how good she was or wasn’t at different […]

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Less is More, Right?

June 6, 2016 Ken Kuhlken 2

Last week I fielded some interview questions, one of which was “What are you working on now?” That question threw me. Because it depended upon […]