Longleaf Stories

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Summer Reading

Most of the books on this table came from recommendations from friends: Kathleen Scott, Denny Coates, and Richard Gilbert. Chautaqua journal, seen in the photo, has Richard’s story, A Dry Season, in it.

Two of the books, T. C. Boye’s Stories, and Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward, Angel are recent acquisitions borrowed for a few weeks from the University of West Florida library.

I’ve been talking about getting a library card at UWF for a year or more and finally did it last week. Why did I wait so long? Man, talk about Heaven!  I got off the elevator on the third floor and lost myself in the stacks of literature — the only person in this huge room. It’s summer, of course, but now that I have my card and a parking decal, I plan to become a regular and drink from the fountain of this incredible local resource.

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