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my father is a poet

“That my father is a poet has, at least, saved me from any false reverence for poets.”

— Robert Graves, Goodbye to All That


New York, I Love You but you're bringing me down.

When I think of running away, I think of New York.

I imagine the giant skyscrapers hiding me beneath their feet. The hustle of the people coming to and from destinations. 339 more words

Personal Stories

Commitment Issues

I’m having trouble sticking with one read right now. There are a lot of contributing factors, including my limited amount of available reading time  and the fact thatreading on the train suddenly makes me sick. 559 more words


BOOK REVIEW | Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves

Goodbye to All That is Robert Graves account of WWI and everything that lead up to his decision, “never to make England my home again.” While Graves’ story is a highly regarded autobiographical piece, it does contain some overstatement and sarcasm that boarders some story details on the fictional. 89 more words

The Great War

'Goodbye to All That Director' Angus MacLachlan: Interview

Goodbye to All That screened at the IFC Center in New York City on Wednesday, December 17th. I had the opportunity to sit down with the film’s writer/director… 2,941 more words


'Goodbye to All That,' Starring Award Winning Paul Schneider (Tribeca Film Festival)

Playwright and screenwriter of Junebug, the award winning Angus MacLachlan, has done it again! He has penned a funny, poignant, commonsensical and incredibly human film which will resonate with a wide swath of individuals if it is discoverable to them. 890 more words

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