Stuff in the ‘Philip Freeman’ Category
Our next Where I Write, in which our authors share their favorite writing spots, is from Philip Freeman.
“My favorite place to write is Java John’s coffee house in beautiful downtown Decorah, Iowa. I don’t even like coffee, but I get a hot chocolate and work on my laptop in the back room. Everybody in town comes by eventually, but I always seem to get lots of work done anyway.” — Philip Freeman
The Lost Songs and World of the First Woman Poet, Philip Freeman. A full-length investigation of the life and work of the female poet Plato called “the tenth muse,” using Sappho as a representation of a classical woman of antiquity. Freeman, a Harvard-trained classicist holds the endowed Qualley Chair in Classical Languages at Luther College and the author of JULIUS CAESAR and ALEXANDER THE GREAT (W.W. Norton, 2016)