Star Tribune editor: Our serial fiction and e-book project

  • Article by: NANCY BARNES , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 15, 2013 - 7:39 PM

This summer, the Star Tribune began a grand experiment that brings newspapers and authors full circle in a relationship that transcends centuries, quite literally.

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pumiceJun. 15, 13 5:37 PM

Minnesota is indeed blessed with wonderful authors and Mary Logue is one of my favorites! "Neither too heavy nor too light," "fresh and interesting," "a theme to which we can all relate," "engaging," "graceful," "delivered with humor, wit and a powerful sense of home"--what more could we ask for? I, too, hope serial fiction becomes a summer tradition.

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kwindhauserJun. 16, 13 9:00 AM

I too am enjoying the summer fiction. Make it an annual tradition!

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virgeanneJul. 28, 1311:21 AM

Really enjoyed reading the story, and I would like more. My eyes are a problem, used to read avidly but can't now, this method gave me the best of what I have missed. Please do this again, don't have a Nook or a Kindle but do have my computer. I miss reading so much.

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