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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Junot Díaz

In a funny, yet informative, prologue, Díaz introduces us to the idea of Fukú, a sort of curse born on the Dominican Republic that spreads all over the world. 904 more words

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Photo-Essay: Sober

So I have finally finished my photo-essay, and I’m so proud and happy I have made my video respectful and sensitive. I hope for those who watch this piece can relate to this!

Thank you

Having a Coherent Story and What We Do When We Can't

Reflection 27-4-14

 

Last week we were talking to some friends about another friend, who is now in the early stages of dementia. One of the expressions of this condition is that people close to the sufferer are accused of doing abusive things to them, or of neglecting them. 1,031 more words

Notes on Nehemiah

Most commentators on Ezra-Nehemiah get pretty caught up on identifying different forms and sources within the text.  This can be observed in their discussion about which came first, Ezra 2 or Nehemiah 7.   1,144 more words

Teaser?

When the first ship saw these black skies, these white stars – when the first ship broke the calm of the cosmic dust, its wake reaching out through the centuries, ripples of the void that would later crash into moons, planets, stars .

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90 Day Game Challenge

Inperitive Eyes


The damn toaster is set at two.  That won’t do.  Turn it to three at least.  Not five – unless burnt toast is the goal for starting the day?  623 more words

Fiction

Hunt in The South : a Venture Unsolicited

Pam Strugar and April Durham constructed a final Multipoint exhibition in LA at groundspace project in downtown Los Angeles.

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