Monthly Archives: December 2014

Writing a Book, Part III: Awards

By Colin Woodward I am old enough to remember Roberto Benigni winning two Oscars in 1998 for his terrific film, Life is Beautiful. One of the awards was for Best Actor, the other for Best Picture (foreign). Benigni’s reaction was, … Continue reading

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What’s Next for Book Two: Johnny Cash

By Colin Woodward The ink is barely dry on my first book, Marching Masters: Slavery, Race, and the Confederate Army during the Civil War. But, I’ve already begun work on a second book. The subject of it will be Johnny … Continue reading

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Jim Guy Tucker and the Vietnam War

By Colin Woodward Where I work, I’m the lead archivist on the Governor James Guy Tucker, Jr., processing project. The project hopes to process the personal and political papers of Tucker, which are housed at the UALR Center for Arkansas … Continue reading

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