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Finn Kraemer

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Finn Kraemer: Rich and Lovely, Gritty and Painful

by Alexis Butcher For the fifth interview our series with WordSpring 2015 presenters, The Haberdasher spotlights novelist and teacher Finn Kraemer. Before becoming an English instructor at Butte College, Kraemer lived in various locales — the African bush, an Irish coastal village, the Saudi desert, small town America, and Los Angeles — and tackled a … Continue reading

Writing Conferences: Worthwhile or Wasteful?

    As writers, why should we attend writing conferences? Are they worth our time and money? Can conference workshops help us resolve a technical issue or figure out how to get our work to people who will publish it? Or, are conferences just another way to procrastinate and avoid putting fingers to keyboard or … Continue reading

Floodplane Editor’s Prize Update!

Floodplane Editor’s Prize Update! On behalf of the editorial board of Floodplane, The Haberdasher is honored to announce the Editor’s Prize winners in the following categories: Fiction: “Mister Perris” by Finn Kraemer Narrative Nonfiction: “Ride of My Life” by Alisa Schindler Poetry: “After Donating the San Francisco AIDs Walk” by Linda Serrato “Ars Poetica” by … Continue reading