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Short story: The White Dog by Fyodor Sologub, listened to on the Voice Before the Void podcast.

Poem: So it Begins. Adam is in his Earth by James Agee, from… 37 more words

The Ray Bradbury Challenge

Walker Evans "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (text by James Agee) [photographs]" (1941)

“Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (text by James Agee) ” In the depths of the Great Depression of the 1930s, photojournalist Walker Evans and reporter James Agee spent many months chronicling the lives of three impoverished families in rural Alabama. 92 more words


Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (Agee and Walker, 1941)

This week I have chosen to write a creative piece in the style of James Agee and Walker Evans: 493 more words

read a book: agee and walker's "rediscovered masterpiece"

During these turbulent political times where the country feels more divided than ever, we should still take the time to put away our devices, crack open a book, and see what the history of our country can teach us. 194 more words


Sharecropping: The Hidden History

And Their Children After Them: The Legacy of Let Us Now Praise Famous Men – James, Agee, Walker Evans and the Rise and Fall of Cotton in the South… 445 more words

Hidden History

Blind Orchid

Photographer — Katie Eleanor

Blind Orchid
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I am forever young and forever old, from everywhere and from nowhere, memories muddled and memories clear: so many and yet all too few. 115 more words


Stevieslaw: James Agee Guest post

From today’s Writer’s Almanac on the occasion of James Agee’s birthday–   In an article that later became, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men*” Agee wrote: “A human being whose life is nurtured in an advantage which has accrued from the disadvantage of other human beings, and who prefers that this should remain as it is, is a human being by definition only, having much more in common with the bedbug, the tapeworm, the cancer, and the scavengers of the deep sea.”

• With photos by Walker Evans