Down on the Farm with Sue Glasco

Links by writers and/or on subjects we find interesting.

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Bits and Bytes About Writers
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Trail of Tears
Duck News
Long Ago Ways
Summertime Visitors
Books and Stuff
Martin Family History
Glasco Family History
Woodsong Poetry
Links to other area writers, etc.
This page is under construction and will be finished someday.  Maybe.

Email me here if you have questions or comments.

Here are some links to other writers' sites you might enjoy:

Check out novelist/songwriter Adam E. Stone's website.

Kenitra Woods,poet,athlete, educator, hails from Nashville, TN. Check out her poems...

Kristin Francis, who works at a nearby prison and nearby university, writes about her rural life rearing girls and riding horses. Tunnel Hill

Willow, a young mother, novelist, and short story writer shares her innermost thoughts

Check out William Recktenwald's site. Lots of help here for writers.

Read about The Winds of Life by poet and novelist Jim Lambert.

You will enjoy Ruby's Tuesdays by Ruby Jung.

Lois Fowler Barrett's novel about early Southern Illinois pioneers at the time ofthe New Madrid earthquake.

Wayside Publications is seeking submissions on church teaching tips and is also ready to publish your chapbook. Check out Violet Toler's publishing house.

Laura Wasson Warfel: Writer/Editor/Presenter

For a fascinating visit to the area's natural wonders, visit Waterman and Hill-Traveller's Companion site.

Lonnie Cruse MURDER IN METROPOLIS (2003) MURDER BEYOND METROPOLIS (2004) Reasonable/reliable editing service

Find Jon Musgrave's interesting site on Illinois history here.

Check out Gary and Judy DeNeal's adventure shaped like a magazine. They call it Springhouse.

Check out John Meacham's new website.

Click here to link to humorous outdoor writer John Meacham.

Here are some websites for local writers' groups:

Southern Illinois Writers Guild

Union County Writers Group meets on fourth Saturday morning of the month. All welcome.

To read my journal, click here.

Here are some links to other sites you might need or want:

To visit The Mustard Seed in downtown Crab Orhard, our village nearest the farm, click here.

An excellent site for Civil War resources. Click here.

For some mental health links, clickhere

People and Nature Journal

Small Business Advancement Center
Better Business Bureau

To see my other web site on Priscilla and the Trail of Tears, click here.

To learn the fascinating story of another young girl named Priscilla, who was also enslaved, click here.

All History Guide: Your Guide to history on the Internet

Cynthia Brian, Media Coach, Writer, Author, Speaker, TV/Radio Personality

Cynthia and daughter Heather Brittany--a mother-daughter team called Stella Dome. Try this California site to add variety to your midwestern life.

Check out Marci's beautiful photos Down on the Farm on her amazinggracefarm blog.

Take a visit with a Welsh countrywoman.