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Gertrude Stein's Hiccoughs

During my 15-day vacation from this blog, I took several loads to the local Re-Use store. The hard part is coming home with less than I donate. 131 more words

Gertrude Stein

If I Told It, An Almost Responsibility of Literature

If you free literature would mother think it. Would mother think it if you free literature.

Would mother think it would Burnham would Burnham would would mother think it. 146 more words

Poetry

The Value of Forgetting

A good memory is both blessing and curse to a novelist. As with all two-edged weapons, you have to wield it with caution, lest you damage your own self…or in the authorial case, your story. 561 more words

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Portrait of John Berryman

Wikipedia Poem, No. 645
so do i 
am exhausted 
in the end of our minds

this instead 
of our minds

this instead of our minds 
instead of our minds this

the end of a heavy cold
the end minding the cold

speaker and
spoken to

our annual knowing 
being offered up to us 

i have a good deal to tell 
on a term-to-term basis 

instead of our minds
the eighth day of mum

as we begin less-than-life 
has a new mask on

this is less-life than less with its 
new mask hell-in-new-rochelle

any details now (exactly what
i don't yet know) i am exhausted 

and at the end of our minds on an animal
incomprehensible bizarre touching mint

it does so and it is warm its being the beginning 
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Poetry

Vive Les Gourmands! How Six American Expats In Paris Changed How We Eat : The Salt : NPR

Mid-twentieth century Paris evokes images of Left Bank intellectuals earnestly discussing existentialism over demitasses of coffee. But the city was also home to a celebrated food scene that drew gastronomes from around the world. 146 more words

Food & Wine

A Conversation With Pat Carroll at the High Falls Film Festival, May 14, 2009

Originally posted on May 20, 2009

A Conversation With Pat Carroll

May 14th, 5:30pm, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York
Featuring:
Pat Carroll, Actress
Fred Armstrong, … 1,386 more words

High Falls

Gertrude Stein Gives Me Tremendous Anxiety and I Love Her For it.

I would like to talk about Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons, but in order to do that we must first take a step back and discuss the light, the context, in which is best to regard Stein and her work. 828 more words

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