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The Grass Over Graves exhibit at Washington & Lee University

Binh Danh’s recent exhibition, The Grass Over Graves (Washington & Lee University, Lexinton, VA, January 4 – Febuary 4, 2011), included work growing out of his collaboration with Robert Schultz. A Daguerreotype portrait of Schultz next to a Daguerreotype rendering of his poem, “Amulet,” was in the exhibition. The poem describes a wounded U.S. Civil War soldier looking at his beloved in a small Daguerreotype photograph that he keeps in a locket hung around his neck. When he looks at the picture’s metallic surface he sees his own face mingled with hers. A visitor to the gallery who read the poem there saw his or her face reflected among the…

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Writing Retreat to Buck Mountain

During a sabbatical year in 2010 Robert Schultz worked on his novel-in-progress, How the Future Was, in a mountain home in North Carolina courtesy of a Robinson-Lineberger residency. The residency is an initiative of the Lutheran Writers Project which makes its administrative home at Roanoke College and annually sponsors a symposium there. Past topics have included…

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We Were Pirates at The Library of Congress

A reading from We Were Pirates: A Torpedoman’s Pacific War at the Library of Congress August 10, 2010 featured Robert Schultz, co-author James Shell, and WWII veteran Robert Hunt. A discussion and book-signing followed, and Hunt’s recollections of V-J Day in San Francisco were posted in video format on the Library of Congress and The History Channel websites.

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We Were Pirates appearaces

Robert Schultz is making author appearances in connection with the publication of We Were Pirates: A Torpedoman’s Pacific War. Recently he and coauthor James Shell spoke at the Navy Day celebration, October 13, at the United States Navy Memorial, Washington, D.C. Schultz will deliver the keynote address at the Maritime Symposium, Dossin Great Lakes Maritime…

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