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Alumni Update: Darlyn Finch Kuhn, Winter 2006-07

From time to time, different Kerouac House alumni will write in and tell us what they’ve been up to, or how their residency helped prepare them for the writing life. This month, we hear from Winter 2006-07 resident, Darlyn Finch Kuhn. My experience was unique because I was already living and working in Orlando, where…

The 2020–2021 Writers-In-Residence at the Kerouac House

We are delighted to share the names of the four writers awarded a residency at the Kerouac House during 2020–21. The alternates for each residency appear in italics. The Kerouac Project of Orlando, Inc. wants to congratulate the chosen residents and their alternates and extend our thanks to those who applied this year to become a writer-in-residence…

Alumni Update: Laura Lee Bahr, Spring 2018

From time to time, different Kerouac House alumni will write in and tell us what they’ve been up to, or how their residency helped prepare them for the writing life. This month, we hear from Spring 2018 resident, Laura Lee Bahr. Hands in the stream: Bits of the scroll from my time at the Kerouac…

Alumni Update: Christopher Watkins, Fall 2006

From time to time, different Kerouac House alumni will write in and tell us what they’ve been up to, or how their residency helped prepare them for the writing life. This month, we hear from Fall 2006 resident, Christopher Watkins. The Fine Excess of 1418 ½ Clouser Avenue, and Everything After by Christopher Watkins, Kerouac…

Kerouac House Newsletter – January 2020

View this email in your browser News from the Kerouac Project Calling all Writers! We are currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 writer-in-residence positions at the Kerouac House. The submission period will close on Sunday, March 10, 2019, and the results will be announced in late May. It’s time to get your residency submissions in…

Alumni Update: Andrew Newsham, Spring 2003

From time to time, different Kerouac House alumni will write in and tell us what they’ve been up to, or how their residency helped prepare them for the writing life. This month, we hear from Spring 2003 resident Andrew Newsham. ‘The Cockroaches Can Fly!’ were the first words I wrote in the Kerouac House. Four…