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Posted by Jan Gardner  August 5, 2008 01:37 PM

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The Grub Street Rag is a breezy weekly newsletter packed with listings of writing courses at Grub Street and readings all over town. And it's always worth scrolling to the end for a trivia fix, as in this week's:

Welcome to the end of the e-mail, where, like the healthiest hypochondriac, we offer you the chance to win a prize. Which novel did Tom Wolfe allegedly write standing up, using the top of his refrigerator? Winner receives a gift certificate to any local J.P. Licks.
Answer to last week's quiz: South African author Kathleen LIndsay wrote 904 novels under six different pen-names. Winner: No one.


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