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Monthly Archive

May 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 6 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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Beyond Friend or Foe. World War I American Immigrant Poetry: A Digital Humanities Project, by Lorie A. Vanchena

Beyond Friend or Foe. World War I American Immigrant Poetry: A Digital Humanities Project Lorie A. Vanchena organizes the WWI American Immigrant Poetry project at the University of Kansas. It aims read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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WWrite Weekend Update for May 28th: This Week's Writerly News from the U.S. WWI Centennial Site

Seamus Heaney and Edward Thomas for Memorial Day, Censored Works by WWI Nurses, and Next Week's Post on WWI American Immigrant PoetryThe Last WWrite Featured Post:  The last post featured another... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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Censored WWI Works 2: Mary Borden's Forbidden Zone and Backwash of War by Ellen LaMotte

Two WWI Nurses Writing From No-Man's-Land "I have not invented anything in this book."—Mary Borden, The Forbidden Zone: An American Nurse at the Western Front (1917)"War, superb as it is, is not... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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WWrite Weekend Update for May 15th: This Week's Writerly News from the U.S. WWI Centennial Site

Rich Bachus on Writing Fiction from a Family Archive, Praise for WWrite Bloggers' Forthcoming Book, It's My Country Too, the Mothers of WWI Soldiers, and Poetry in the TrenchesThis Week's WWrite Featu... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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Rich Bachus on the Making of a New World War I Novel – Part 1, "How I turned a family archive into an epic saga of the Great War."

How I turned a family archive into an epic saga of the Great War Front cover, Into No Man's Land, by Rich BachusWhen I began rummaging around in the cardboard boxes and antique chests that constitute... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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WWrite Weekend Update for May 7th: This Week's Writerly News from the U.S. WWI Centennial Site

Censored Works by Stanley Kubrick and Gabriel Chevallier, Today's French Election, and Comments (again)This Week's WWrite Featured Post:  To mark today's historical election in France, the post comes ... read more..

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