We Want to Welcome our New Contributor, Patrick Johnson!

Readers, we want to take a moment to welcome a new contributor to the Court Street Literary Collective, Patrick Johnson. Patrick hails from Morehead Kentucky, where he lives with his wife and three children and works as a writing instructor for Morehead State. He obtained his MFA from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky.  Among other things, Patrick likes
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The Court Street Literary Collective Wants Writers

The Court Street Literary Collective is looking for writers interested in contributing regular original content to the site. CSLC strives to be a venue for thoughtful discussions of language, whether it’s literature, art, music, philosophy, film, or television. However, we don’t trade in polemics for the sake of polemics, dogma, intolerance, or intellectual laziness. There
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Here’s the big announcement we’ve been keeping under wraps for the last few weeks. Court Street Literary Collective is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of Blonde Dog Press, a new small press devoted to publishing fiction and non-fiction. The emphasis in the beginning will be on small-scale publishing, with limited marketing and distribution, working
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The first “real” trailer for Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games is up, and it’s definitely worth a look. If you’re a fan of the series you’re probably already sold, but if not, this could convince you to pick up the books. They’re definitely worth it. Here’s a link to an article and trailer at the LA Times.