Meet the Agents: Chad Luibl (Janklow & Nesbit)

“There’s […] a real sense of solidarity and urgency in the work that we do, especially given the political challenges we face today with book banning, the war on truth, the devaluing of libraries… I can’t say I knew this was the job of an activist when I first started ten years ago, but that reality has become clear, and I feel privileged to be in a position to help elevate voices whom, I believe, make the world a better place.”  -Chad Luibl, Janklow & Nesbit

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May Third Thursday Wrap-up: WLT On the Craft of Writing: “Myth + Memory: Staking Out New Territory in the Memoir Form” with Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton

by Jane Anderson A memoir is a nonfiction narrative of a specific time or collection of essays within a specific theme told in first-person by the author. French for “memory”, the memoir form acknowledges the biases inherent in the narrator’s personal recollection but is ultimately intended to be a

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