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On July 15, 2001
Owl Creek Productions will begin filming “An
Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” in Wilmington, North Carolina. Based on the classic American short story by
Ambrose Bierce, the production company has worked to create a film that loses
none of the original plot’s masterful blend of suspense, intrigue, and
"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" is a story set in the deep South during the American Civil War. It is a story about a man, Peyton Farquhar, who by ‘circumstances of an imperious nature’ was unable to take service in the gallant Southern armies. An original secessionist and ardent follower of the Southern cause, Peyton Farquhar did what he could in support of an independent Confederacy.
The finalists for the Southern Book Critics Circle Awards are:
The HOLT Medallion Award for Southern Theme went to Echoes of Mercy by Lyn Cote. Other finalists included: Embers of Time by Eugenia Riley; and In the Shadow of the Moon by Karen White. The HOLT Medallion Contest is sponsored by the Virginia Romance Writers.
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New Approaches to Eudora Welty (deadline: November 15, 2001)
Eudora Welty Around the Globe: Inner and Outer Spaces (deadline: November 15, 2001)
Delta Blues Symposium VIII: The Sacred and the Secular (deadline: January 15, 2002)