“The Poe that most people think of today—gloomy, unattractive, a bit mad—was not…

"The Poe that most people think of today—gloomy, unattractive, a bit mad—was not the Poe of 1845. The creepy Poe of legend is a product of the worst smear job in literary history, thanks to his archrival and literary executor, Rufus Griswold. It became my mission to correct this image in Mrs. Poe. The real Poe of 1845 was handsome, gentlemanly, and sought after by the ladies."

So enjoyed this interview with Erin Davies at Flashlight Commentary!
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Flashlight Commentary: Interview with Lynn Cullen, author of Mrs. Poe
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My head is still in the clouds from visiting the Poe Museum in Richmond on Monda…

My head is still in the clouds from visiting the Poe Museum in Richmond on Monday. Thank you to Alyson L. Taylor-White and Chris Semtner for sharing your expertise on Poe and his world. Most memorable item? Maria "Muddy" Clemm's stockings, knitted with a pattern of spiderwebs. How appropriate!


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Lynn Cullen, author of the new novel Mrs. Poe, toured the Poe Museum today.

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I had such fun with this interview. Fresh off a plane and worn out after a fasc…

I had such fun with this interview. Fresh off a plane and worn out after a fascinating day at the Poe Museum and Library of Virginia in Richmond, and still I was hooked. Thank you for the delightful chat.


Exclusive Interview with Lynn Cullen, author of Mrs. Poe, on 19th Century Writers, Poe's…
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So excited today to have this exclusive interview with Lynn Cullen, author of nationally bestselling Mrs. Poe, which just released in paperback! You can view my positive review HERE and enter to W…

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Guest blog post on BookTalk with Eilen: Putting the “interest” in “love interest”

Guest blog post on BookTalk with Eilen: Putting the "interest" in "love interest"


Book Tour with Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen
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  Putting the “Interest” in “Love Interest” in Mrs. Poe What makes a love interest interesting? That question was a particular challenge for me while writing my novel, Mrs. Poe. In the minds o…

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I’m so looking forward to speaking at the Red Clay Writers Conference on October…

I'm so looking forward to speaking at the Red Clay Writers Conference on October 25 in Savannah, and to hearing my friends Ann Hite and Renea Winchester speak, too.


Lynn Cullen: Keynote Speaker for Red Clay Writers Conference
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Historical fiction author Lynn Cullen will present the keynote speech at this year's Red Clay Writers Conference in Savannah on Saturday, October 25.

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