When the flood of 2006 tried to ravage our town, the William B. Ogden Writers Group banded together. The outcome of our varied expressions in art, poetry, fiction, humor, biography, memoir, and natural studies resulted in the first edition of "Who Knew? The Catskill Literary Journal." Once again, we have great diversity of observations and incidents, stories that range from that of a Confederate soldier who is not immediately accepted in Gettysburg yet finds a way to change northeast to the segregated South in 1932. One writer recalls his first viewing of "Frankenstein" as a boy, another tells of the escape of a Czechoslovakian artist from the Nazis, and yet another shares her hilarious musings down the aisle of a contemporary supermarket. What unites these tales is the fact that they were written here, where time, space, and silence expand to allow for reflection, for the recording of memories, and for the undiluted observations of natural wonders.
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Book Description Bookstand Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111618633643