Rege Behe

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Year: 20186

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Rege Behe’s PGH Pages: Chatham’s Sherrie Flick relishes teaching Rege Behe’s PGH Pages: Chatham’s Sherrie Flick relishes teaching “I never feel isolated in the classroom. There’s a great, vibrant energy, and exchange of knowledge that keeps me buoyed up on bad writing days.” August 29, 2018
PGH Pages with Rege Behe: Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures has a secret weapon PGH Pages with Rege Behe: Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures has a secret weapon Executive director Stephanie Flom’s latest winning pick is Joyce Carol Oates to open Ten Evenings season August 01, 2018
Pittsburghers buying into City of Asylum Books Pittsburghers buying into City of Asylum Books North Side bookstore is the place to find international, translated literature August 15, 2018
Rocky Bleier's <i>Fighting Back</i> gets a reissue, with help from Gene Collier and Alejandro Villanueva Rocky Bleier's Fighting Back gets a reissue, with help from Gene Collier and Alejandro Villanueva Proceeds from sales of the book will benefit a new campaign, Fighting Back for Veterans September 05, 2018
Rege Behe’s PGH Pages: <i>Baby Teeth</i> breaks Zoje Stage Rege Behe’s PGH Pages: Baby Teeth breaks Zoje Stage Squirrel Hill author’s star rises with novel about creepy children’s character. September 12, 2018
Joyce Carol Oates on ethical compromise in literature, fantasy, and Twitter Joyce Carol Oates on ethical compromise in literature, fantasy, and Twitter "I think of Twitter as two-fold: it’s a source of constant information, linking us with others; and it is a means of expression, also constant, fleeting, impermanent." September 13, 2018

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