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Will Writer Come Home Again?

This article first appeared in issue 38, and was written by Staff.

November was a good month for our "Home Again" columnist, Christopher Rowe. He's sold a children's story, set for publication in an upcoming anthology from Simon & Schuster, he's working on an adult ghost story for the same editorial team, and he saw a poem in print from the highly regarded New York-based literary magazine, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. The children's story is entitled "The Children of Tilford Fortune," and the piece re-imagines the Grimm fairy tale "The Three Children of Fortune" as an ecological fable set in rural Kentucky. The upcoming book is a sequel to editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's earlier offering, A WOLF AT THE DOOR (available in bookstores now). New York houses like Simon & Schuster tend to pay their writers, sometimes handsomely, for their work, and, unfortunately, we fear our "Home Again" columnist may be forever spoiled by such treatment. It remains to be seen if the call of crusading journalism and the best livestock identification program in the business will bring him back to our fold for more commentary on Columbia, Coffee, and hazily photographed domestic animals.

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