Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ashland salutes Lawson Inada

On April 15, 2011, nearly 200 people gathered in Southern Oregon University’s Schneider Museum of Art to recognize Lawson Inada, who served as Oregon’s poet laureate from 2007 to 2010. The program opened with a short tribute from Tacoma poet … Continue reading

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World Intellectual Property Day

Monday was World Intellectual Property Day 2011. In honor of that here is a brief description of copyright, courtesy of the US Copyright Office, a division of the Library of Congress. Copyright … protects original works of authorship including literary, … Continue reading

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Yet another post on ghostwriting…

For some reason, as a small child I learned about ghostwriters (from where?  No clue), and instinctively learned to keep away from ghostwritten series.  I could spot one from a mile away.  Other than The Boxcar Children, and a few … Continue reading

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Ghosts: Frightening

Today, when writer-ghostwriter Laura Young came to speak to the class, I was not expecting my perception of the world to be altered forever. Well…that might be an exaggeration. But I was pretty shocked at the concept of ghostwriters for … Continue reading

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