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"I and You" to Open at Blue Barn

I and You

by Lauren Gunderson

January 31st – February 24th, 2018

Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm

Sunday 2/10 & 2/24 at 2pm | 2/17 at 6:00pm… 363 more words


What, Then, is Creativity?

This piece originally appeared here in The Imaginative Conservative.

Last week a student asked me, “What is creativity?” I was unsure how to respond. I felt like the speaker from  974 more words

Arts & Letters

Song of the Universal

This is a time of year when we think most about universal themes – things like hope and peace and those things which bring people together, like singing carols or gathering around a meal.   515 more words

Sonya Sutton

Literary Ghost at My Table

During interviews prominent authors are often asked what dead writers would they invite to a dinner party at their house. If I were to be the hostess at a gathering of literary greats, the one notable guest I would want at my table is Walt Whitman. 996 more words

Libreria del Palau, Barcelona

(Mall Books, an important publisher of Catalan-European works in translation in the post-Franco period)

(“Want to learn how to write poetry?”)

Leaves of Grass: Banned Books That Shaped America

The list of authors of frequently and recently banned books reads is very similar to the New York Times Best Seller list: Alexi Sherman, … 539 more words