Let There Be Lit: A Column on Jacksonville Writers

Tim Gilmore first began writing for Folio Weekly in the mid-1990s. He currently writes Folio‘s “Let There Be Lit” column, about Jacksonville literary artists.

15. Johnny Masiulewicz “Ironically Understated: Johnny Masiulewicz’s Happy Tapir Zine Series Explores Truths, Some Harsh, in abbrv. Form” May 11, 2016

14. Jennifer Chase “Jouer Thing: With Cracking La Coque, Playwright Jennifer Chase Explores Parallel Lives, Generations and Cultures” April 6, 2016

13. Douglas Anderson Writers’ FestivalComes Home to Roost” March 1, 2016

12. Fred Dale “Place Value: New Orleans Expat Finds Poetic Voice in Jacksonville” February 24, 2016

11. Players by the Sea’s New Voices Writing Contest ” Writing Contest a Continuation of Theatre’s Commitment to Developing Local Talent” January 27, 2016

 Mark Ari “In Whatever World a Man Is: Mark Ari’s Streaming Audio Project, Eat Poems, Gives Voice to Local Poets”, January 20, 2016

9. Heather Peters “Writing the Ghosts for Georgia and France” December 9, 2015

8. Matt Lany “Spinal Snakes and Globetrotting Trees: Matt Lany and His Brutal, but Fun, Process” November 4, 2015

7. Frances Driscoll “Sculpted by Time and Survival” October 14, 2015

6. Lynn Skapyak Harlin “Big Rigs, Poems, and a Shantyboat” September 2, 2015

5.   Tangela Floyd “Speaking the Black Superheroes: Tangela Floyd and Brian Oakley Transform Slave Folklore into Modern Explorations of Racial Identity” August 5, 2015

4. Andres Rojas “The Patient Hunger: For Poet Andres Rojas, Inspiration Can Be Found Anywhere” July 15, 2015

3. Teri Youmans Grimm “Stanzas of the Silver Screen: Historical Scope and Hollywood Scandal Inform the Work of Local Poet Teri Youmans Grimm” May 27, 2015

2. Perversion Magazine “Perverted by Language: Local Literary Rag Releases an Issue Featuring the New Wave of Northeast Florida Writers” June 24, 2015

1. Sohrab Fracis “Universal Truths” May 13, 2015


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