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Tom Chaney: No. 281, A poem. Stories rise like smoke
Of Writers and Their Books. 23 January 2011. Stories rise like smoke, a poem about Horse Cave cellphone walking tour, kickoff starting today, January 23, 2011at 2:30pmCT in 107 E. Main ST, Horse Cave, KY. Click on headline for full poem, notes.
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By Tom Chaney
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Stories Rise Like Smoke
At the Bookstore's round table this morningCome see and hear what is being done with our stories this Sunday. Tune in your cell phone to (270) 854-3054 for a modern trip about an old town. Check out the web site http://www.horsecavestories.com for more stories. Join other folks at the Thomas House on Main Street from 2:30pmCT to celebrate our life as we try to catch the smoke.
Tom Chaney can be found telling stories, planning his next meal, and occasionally selling books at
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