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Christmas Reading From Our Pages: "Prix Fixe--the table next to yours," by Thomas E. Kennedy.

Christmas Reading From Our Pages: “Prix Fixe–the table next to yours,” by Thomas E. Kennedy.

Strangers share Christmas dinner in a Copenhagen restaurant. “You hope you don’t look too much like a lonely old guy … There are good astri over this night, and the ruby is the most powerful gem in the universe.”   Thomas E. Kennedy is an American expat who has lived in Copenhagen for more than thirty...
What writers will do to keep paper and pen together ...

What writers will do to keep paper and pen together …

This month, we celebrate the publication of  From Pantyhose to Spandex: Writers on the Job Redux.  The book is a veritable cornucopia of odd true tales about zany jobs that writers do to keep the ink flowing. And it happens to feature some of Broad Street‘s authors.  The editors, Thomas E. Kennedy (“Prix Fixe,” from our...

Broad Street Contributor Thomas E. Kennedy Receives Dan Turèll Medal

Author and translator Thomas E. Kennedy, whose writing was featured in “Hunt, Gather,” is the recipient of this year’s Dan Turèll Medal. The Dan Turèll Society presents this honor to Kennedy as an “ambassador of Danish literature in the English-speaking world.” As he is a past contributor to Broad Street Magazine, we are thrilled to share this achievement with...