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Thursday, August 03, 2006

Flannery O'Connor and Amy Welborn

You Flannery O'Connor fans may want to check out this post at Amy Welborn's Open Book blog. Today is the 42nd anniversary of O'Connor's death. Amy also has some great articles on Catholic writers here. Among other things, Amy is the general editor of Loyola Classics, reprints of 20th century Catholic novels, and is much more of an expert on Catholic literature than I will ever be. Be sure to check out her blog regularly.

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