Nomination For Pushcart

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That is the house on the Place de la Bridolle, the one with ivy climbing the brick. The plaza is in the center of town, watched over then, and watched over now, by  the Virgin and Child. 

This is the house, the one with ivy climbing the brick. It’s in Beaulieu sur Dordogne on  the Place de la Bridolle. The plaza is in the center of the village, watched over then, and  now, by  the Virgin and Child.

Thanks to the VCCA for this post.  And thanks, always to the VCCA for their wonderful gifts of time and space.

Morse’s “Houses” Nominated for Pushcart Prize

Sandell Morse’s Houses continues to garner accolades. The essay, which first appeared in Ascent, a publication of Concordia College, Moorehead, MN, has just been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Houses “describes Sandell’s pilgrimage from Maine to La Colonie, a safe house in Beaulieu sur Dordogne that successfully sheltered Jewish children during the holocaust.
The essay was previously nominated for a Best of the Net award.

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