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On the Proper Care and Feeding of Literary Works

I’ve noticed that my writing output significantly decreases when I am pregnant (as I am now: 31 weeks).  It’s not just that I lack the focus or the energy to sit down and sustain a thought for more than three … Continue reading

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T.S. Eliot at the grocery store, 12:48 AM

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the way people grapple with the contradictions in their lives.  I don’t mean contradictions in ideology, which are usually the result of sloppy thinking.  I mean what Faulkner called “the human heart in … Continue reading

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