Posts Tagged "Preston Taylor Stone"

LGBT 20th Century Lit

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As a member of the LGBT community, it is almost taken for granted that I know the forebears of literature for my community. Sadly, though, often lumping all LGBT writers and subjects into one genre means there’s only one place to find any and all LGBT fiction (past and present) in the bookstore. So, I’ve done my research and consider this post an exploration of that section as journey through the 20th century. Maurice – E.M. Forster British author E.M. Forster best known for analyzing the hypocrisy of 20th century England wrote Maurice in 1913-14 after a visit with his friend Edward Carpenter and Carpenter’s lover George Merrill. Forster for his entire life...

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Meet Our Interns: Preston Taylor Stone

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We’re so excited to be working with two wonderful and talented interns for the seventh issue of Spry Literary Journal. For the next few months, you can expect to read alternating blog posts from Faith and Preston on Mondays. This first week, we asked them to take a moment to introduce themselves. We’re sure you’ll love our new teammates just as much as we do. Hello, all! I’m Preston Taylor Stone and I’ll be blogging and interning with Spry in the coming weeks/months. I am an undergraduate student at Clemson University in the small town of Clemson, South Carolina. I’m a double major in Philosophy and English Literature and an aspiring...

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