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    Dear Hollywood LIT Retreaters, I think it’s fitting to begin 2021 with Heather Cox Richardson’s insightful first newsletter of the year in which she gives context to current events by hearkening back to the stories that make up our history...
    • January 3, 2021
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    Dear HLIT Retreaters, As 2020 draws to a close, I am grateful for historian Heather Cox Richardson’s erudite abilities and desire to put our world into context, to remember, to elucidate, and to share our history through the story of...
    • December 31, 2020
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    The New York Times | The Opinions Page by Scott Turow April 7, 2013 LAST month, the Supreme Court decided to allow the importation and resale of foreign editions of American works, which are often cheaper than domestic editions. Until now, courts...
    • June 15, 2013
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    Welcome to the dramatic process of how a trilogy of novels becomes a movie. It was a dark and stormy night… as the first book in the trilogy was being released, well before I ever had any remote idea it...
    • April 12, 2013
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    RANDOM TALES ON HOLLYWOOD ASPIRATIONS: On February 16th, 2012, I took my mother, professional storyteller and humorist Eileen Isenberg, to see a taping of Bill Maher.  While waiting for the show to begin my mother and I engaged in a...
    • March 21, 2012
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