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55: Manna from a Raven

I can never quite figure out what to do about Easter now the children are grown, except to stay out of the aisle filled with candy. 531 more words

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Odd Words

& Poet John Gery will be reading & signing celebrating National Poetry Month and the release of John Gery’s new book, HAVE AT YOU NOW!: Poems… 1,551 more words

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54: Funny Old World

There I am, the difficult first step of my project for school done plus half a dozen other errands, the first good day in a carpet of nails week that reached its nadir when I realized I owe the IRA a pile of money. 1,917 more words

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53: Branded

Has this kind inscription from an academic and poet I admire branded me as a “post-post-modernist?” Or am I misreading the ambiguity inherent in short, cryptic messages, especially a poet’s inscription? 412 more words

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Odd Words

This coming week in literary New Orleans.

& Thursday at 6 pm the Belle Chase Library hosts native son Geoff Munsterman who will will read from and sign his poetry collection Because the Stars Shine Through It (2013 Lavender Ink). 1,611 more words

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The Doobie Brothers' Tom Johnson recalls being nuts in the '70s

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 6, 1991

The five members of the Doobie Brothers that pull into the Pacific Coliseum on Friday (June 7) will be the same five guys that posed nearly naked on the racy (for 1972) fold-out sleeve of the breakthrough… 540 more words

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52: THAT BRIGHT MOMENT

YOU ARE TRAPPED IN THAT BRIGHT MOMENT
WHERE YOU LEARNED YOUR DOOM
— Samuel R. Delaney in City of a Thousand Suns

I’ve just finished my taxes and realized i made a $5,000 mistake last year.

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