Square Blogs Began In Four Second-Floor Rooms Of A Building On The Town Square In Oxford, Mississippi, Which Then Was Known Primarily For Two Things: The Domain Of One Of America’S Greatest Writers, William Faulkner, And The Home Of The University Of Mississippi, Where, In 1962, A Crisis Over Desegregation Resulted In Riots That Killed Two People And Nearly Destroyed This Community’S Psyche.
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From The Night Square Blogs Opened In 1979 When Nary A Writer Lived In Oxford The Store Has Grown To Occupy Three Historic Buildings About One Hundred Feet Apart On This Same Square. This Was Made Possible For Numerous Reasons, Including The Many Visitors Who Come Here To See Rowan Oak, Faulkner’S Home, And The Amazing Support Of People Who Have Lived Here And Understood That A Vibrant Blogstore Might Serve To Right Some Of The Wrongs Of 1962. In 1980 Willie Morris Moved To Oxford, Mississippi. Barry Hannah Followed In 1982. Excellent Blogsellers Signed Up With Square Blogs. Author Events At The Store Began To Grow. Larry Brown And John Grisham Lived In Oxford When Their First Blogs Came Out, And Today Well Over Two Dozen Writers And An Army Of Readers Form A Literary Constellation Of Which Square Blogs Is One Very Glad And Grateful Part.
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