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JaxbyJax Literary Arts Festival 2017 Announces Lineup

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on September 28, 2017


JaxbyJax Literary Arts Festival showcases “Jacksonville writers who are using the city .. to focus on a kind of indigenous literature that yet has a larger global worth to it,” says director Tim Gilmore.  Check out the video here.

Save the date, and bring friends!

JaxbyJax Literary Arts Festival 2017

Saturday, November 11

Park & King Streets, Riverside

Jacksonville, Florida

Opening with Student Showcase and followed by after party and book signing.

Featuring the following authors:

1. Liz Gibson
2. Jeff Whipple
3. Matt Lany 
4. Tony Aiuppy
5. Lynn Skapyak Harlin
6. Claire Goforth
7. Tricia Booker
8. Darlyn Kuhn
9. Abel Harding
10. Sohrab Fracis
11. Katherine Espano
12. Susan Brandenburg
13. Ash Kemker
14. Laura Hoffman
15. Sean Smith
16. Yvette Angelique
17. Terri Mashour
18. Howard Johnson
19. Chris Gabbard
20. Jeanine Hoff
21. Donna Cobis
22. Bill Ectric
23. Fred Dale
24. Terri Youmans Grim
25. Jennifer Chase
26. Frances Driscoll
27. Andres Rojas
28. Tim Gilmore

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Perfect Rental for Writers

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on May 12, 2017



Your Scribbler and hubby Brad have relocated to Jacksonville, leaving our beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath pool home in Ocoee (with its stunning custom library) available for rent.  For 1,800 a month, we’re including professional management, pool service, lawn service, and pest control.

Here’s the virtual tour; tell your friends!


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Join poets Stacy Barton, Amy Watkins Copeland, Troy Cunio, Peter Gordon, Brad Kuhn, Jackie Kuttaineh and your Scribbler, Darlyn Finch Kuhn for poetry and conversation.

Don’t make me come get you!

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Loose Lips: The March Edition

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on March 7, 2017

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Tuesday, March 7th from 8-10 p.m. at:

Lil Indies

1036 N. Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

Orlando’s newsiest reading series leaps into spring with a crackerjack cadre of local authors, giving us poetry and prose inspired by the headlines of February. Host Tod Caviness welcomes the following writers, provided their sense of humanity survives the constant air-raid siren of our current news cycle:

– Josh Dull
Darlyn Finch Kuhn
Trevor Fraser
Racquel Henry
John King


Your Scribbler intends to read from the Bigly Beautiful Book of What Women Want.

Don’t make me come get you!


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