Forsyth marchers remember. Do you have a story to tell?

(Original post published  Jan 24, 2014) Wanted: I’m looking for firsthand accounts from people who marched with Hosea Williams in Forsyth County in 1987. You can email me at info@thornbriarpress.com. I’d love to hear your story. And if you’ve written an account, I’d be happy to reprint it here. Last year, I posted an account of Hosea Williams’  two Forsyth County marches.  This…

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It’a a Swamp Thing. GEORGIA CANDIDATE: PSC CHAIR should “Do us all a favor” and resign

  Georgia Public Service Commission Candidate John Noel (D-Atlanta) has released the following statement about the outrage-in-progress by hyper pro-utility, anti-consumer PSC chairman Stan Wise. Definitely worth a read, and John is definitely worth supporting. You can follow his campaign on Facebook and  Twitter @NoelforPSC Download a copy of PSC Chairman should resign pdf  BTW,  John has an awesome solar-powered home that…

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GA PSC hopeful John Noel runs with the sun

PSC candidate John Noel wants Georgia’s energy future to be solar-powered By Jonathan Grant Republican victories in Georgia Public Service Commission races have been so predictable in recent years that Democrats haven’t bothered to field a candidate in three of the past five elections. Next year is shaping up to be quite different for the state’s asleep-at-the-wheel all GOP regulatory…

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A few words on Brambleman & Forsyth County

Note: I originally wrote this piece as a guest post for CummingLocal.com.   In my novel, Charlie Sherman learns that there are things people need to know  about Forsyth County, Georgia, and he’s the one to tell them, despite facing overwhelming  obstacles. This means there’s a book within the book—make that two.  First, there’s Forsyth County’s historic racial terrorism and…

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