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holding my tongue

Every once in a while I read something that rocks me. Really takes me somewhere, you know? And today I read something, not yet released, that did this to me. And I’ve sworn to keep it to myself!

May 29, 2009
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Alice Walker: In Search of our Mothers’ Gardens

“And it is here that Adah makes the decision that seems to me impressive and important for all artists with children. She reasons that since her children will someday be adults, she will fulfill the ambition of her life not only for herself, but also for them.

May 10, 2009
Check out the link I just posted

I just posted a link down under writerly sites to Wordstock’s site: Richard Ford reading John Cheever’s Reunions. What a perfect example of “showing, not telling.”

May 5, 2009
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Crazy Busy & CRS

I know it’s good to be crazy busy in this economy, particularly when a bit of all the crazy business is for actual cash money.

April 30, 2009
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Andrew Sean Greer

The New Yorker rejected the short story about Pearlie twice before Andrew Sean Greer shelved it. He wrote The Confessions of Max Tivoli before blowing the dust off Pearlie again.

April 20, 2009
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