Paul Haeder, Author

writing, interviews, editing, blogging

Readers — Just letting you know how important are small newspapers: no matter how much they are focused on arts-living, they are vital. Here, in Oregon Coast Today. In the Eye of the Eagle — “Deep Dive with Paul Haeder“ Please, support writers — my new short story collection, Wide Open Eyes — Surfacing from …

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COVID-19 through a literary lens COMMENTARY | My conversations with librarians have been the bright line in a ‘world of words’  Paul K. Haeder | 31 Mar 2020 “Look, we have been on the front lines of all sorts of diseases. New strains of TB. Hep C. Even bedbugs are blamed on us. This virus doesn’t scare …

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Reading and writing in a time of crisis By: Paul Haeder – Updated: 1 day ago Posted Apr 2, 2020   Editor’s note: this is the second and final installment of a two-part series on how stories aid Waldport’s homeless during difficult times. The first article was published in the March 27 edition of the News-Times. …

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When the world gets crazy, the spoken and written word counts Posted Mar 19, 2020   This started off a few weeks ago as an article on an upcoming — now canceled, thanks to Covid-19 — fundraiser for our own community radio station, KYAQ. It was a fairly simple assignment – get under the surface of some …

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Bat Caves and Viet Nam – More than Just a War Log I want you to guard against those who demand that you die just to prove something. It is not that I advise you to respect your life more than anything else, but not to die uselessly for the need of others… for you …

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