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‘Born That Way: The Legend of Coach Marvin Jarman’

On a Monday night in Greenville, North Carolina, the fever of high school football archrivalry sweeps over a field in the country. Almost everyone will lose their minds at some point over the next few hours, all except one man. J.H. Rose High School’s football team, after a 30-minute trip from Marvin Jarman Drive in...
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Making It As A Writer: Remember, It’s All Relative

"I'm always 10 years away from being the writer I want to be. I'll feel that way 10 years from now."
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Glenn Stout on how to survive as a freelance writer.

Glenn Stout recently posted 15 ways to survive as a freelance writer over at his blog, Verb Plow. Here are five of my favorites.
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The SneedCast Episode 003: J.R. Moehringer

J.R. Moehringer is an author and journalist and excellent human being who: Guest-edited The Best American Sports Writing 2013.  Wrote the novel SUTTON, based off the life of notorious bank robber Willie Sutton.  Wrote the article "Resurrecting the Champ," which became a movie of the same name.  Does Twitter as @JRMoehringer.  Joined us for this podcast and...
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