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False Alarm, Kids.

You remember that one time when you were sleeping over at a friend’s house and everyone decided to play the game Who Can Scare Whom the Most? 484 more words


All Is Forgotten, Nothing Is Lost by Lan Samantha Chang

Lan Samantha Chang is a literary success of countless accolades, from her Ivy pedigrees (Yale, Harvard) to coveted fellowships (Guggenheim, Stanford’s Stegner, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study) to her… 520 more words


Saturday Reads at Quiet House

Delightful little exchange from Lan Samantha Chang’s All Is Forgotten, Nothing Is Lost.

“Roman spent the long winter seated beside Emily’s wheelchair in the Manor’s common room. 228 more words


Festival of Faith and Writing: Reflections

In preparation for the Festival of Faith and Writing at Calvin College, I read Marilynne Robinson’s newest collection of essays entitled When I Was a Child I Read Books… 701 more words


The Great MFA Debate

It’s almost an annual tradition: the Great MFA Debate. Last year there was Chad Harbach’s “MFA vs. NYC” (Slate) and Elif Batuman’s “ 571 more words


Books About Writing

Lots of folks put down books about writing and say that they aren’t helpful to anybody. I collected a lot of them before I took writing classes. 276 more words

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All is Forgotten, Nothing is Lost Review

Head on over to Vera’s blog www.luxuryreading.com and check out my review of All is Forgotten, Nothing is Lost by Lan Samantha Chang