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Doris AthanassakisOut of Santorini (themed photo albums by photographer, body-work specialist, world traveler, and multi-media artist Doris Athanassakis, who divides her year amongst Santorini, Athens, Austria, and the Near and Far East) Most recent post . . .

Meredith d'AmbrosioThe Disappearing Land (oil paintings and watercolors by jazz singer, composer/lyricist, and recording artist Meredith d’Ambrosio, who draws her inspiration primarily from France, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Massachusetts, and other visually indelible areas of North America) Most recent post . . .

Jean Nolan

More Light (Goethe’s famous last words are simply a jumping off place for Jean Carroll NolanMost recent post . . .

Ted-BalkDispatches from The Esso Club (Sand Hills native Ted Balk expounds on this, that and, often, the other from the front porch or, in winter, the Democrats’ side of the bar, at Clemson’s famous watering hole, The Esso Club) Most recent post . . .

Sanford RoseDolors & Sense (at times perhaps more dolorous than sensible, a literate column on medicine, health, history, and social trends by former Fortune Magazine editor, Sanford Rose)
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Stefanos ChristoforosBreach of Close (Stefanos Cristoforos writes here as an amateur on art, memory, language, identity and, increasingly, about politics and the crisis in Greece. Writing about them, he says, feels like trespassing on other people’s intellectual turf, hence Breach of Close, an old legal term for “breaking a man’s close”, to wit, trespassing) Most recent post . . .

Burt KempnerPinhead Angel (writer-producer Burt Kempner could count how many angels fit on the head of a pin, but he’d much rather keep his eyes and ears open to the absurdity that clings to him like dollar-store perfume . . .)
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John IdolOut to Pastoral (John Idol revels in nature, poetry, personal experience, politics and . . . whatever, from The Tarheel State, North Carolina)
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Hardin Butcher This IS My Day Gig! (or, “Have Trumpet, will Travel”, follows the career and continuing education of musician/musicologist Hardin Butcher, a composition still in progress)
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Vassilis ZambarasVazamBam (aka Vassilis Zambaras, poet in residence in The Peloponnese, Hellas, offers a poem plus lyrical, colored-local commentary)
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Wayne MerglerAbove The Timberline (dispatches from Alaska by long-ago-transplanted Lower-48’er, the sane but witty Wayne Mergler)
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Michael HouseThe Polemicist (or, “Everyone’s Entitled to My Opinion,” an impassioned rant from opinionated British lawyer, Michael House who, unlike God on The Seventh Day, looks out upon the Earth and sees that it sucks)
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Emily HipchenCan’t Say As I Ever Did (Emily Hipchen, non-fiction writer extraordinaire, has been arm-wrestled into contributing to Weekly Hubris, filing from her current academic-and-other perch in Georgia. She describes herself as a “locavore vegetarian” and “heirloom rose snob” which, believe me, only begins to limn her true, true nature)
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Barry Danielian Rumi Nation (musician/arranger/trumpeter Barry Danielian, a master teacher of Filipino and Malaysian martial arts, is also a devout, thoughtful and inspiring follower of The Prophet Muhammad, and his column, Rumi Nation, will offer meditations from all the varied spheres of his rich life)
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Cusper LynnThe Occidental Ape (diverting scribblings from Midwesterner-turned-Floridian physician, consultant, and novelist Cusper Lynn, whose accumulation of education and alphabetical suffixes continues to expand in an alarming manner, threatening to render him entirely unemployable)
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