Amy Hempel’s first published story was also, apparently, the first short story she ever wrote, while in a fiction class run by Gordon Lish. It launched her on the literary scene, helped her get a book deal, and went on to become one of the most anthologized stories of the last few decades. 171 more words
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Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle was a comic, director and writer in the silent film era and had a very promising career until a scandal broke out. Virginia Rappe passed away following a party that Arbuckle had hosted and somehow he ended up in the frame for her demise and he never fully recovered. 19 more words
Where Fun Comes Back to Life presents our thirteenth episode: The Lord of the Flies
Marc considers the past.
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