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How the Writing Partnership with My Wife, the Poet Patricia Smith, Really Works

 The following originally appeared on the Buried Under Books blog:

It’s been nearly two years since Mikaila, our adventurous teenager, moved out of our house in Howell, NJ, to study at a little liberal arts college that lies between the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains and the cobalt-blue waters of Lake Tahoe. 1,353 more words

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If you enjoy hearing poetry well read, listen up.

The Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature at the Library of Congress contains some two thousand items, which are gradually being made available online. 95 more words

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Recorded Sound Library Technician, MBRS, Library of Congress

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SALARY RANGE: $47,684.00 to $61,994.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, April 24, 2015 to Friday, May 8, 2015
SERIES & GRADE: GS-1411-08… 818 more words

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Some kids like to read; Thomas Jefferson Library

Photo of Jefferson Library (purchased from the Founder after burning of War of 1812)- two kid comments overheard: (My little one too young to read yet…) … 20 more words

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"Dream a Little Dream of Me"

Trying not to make a habit of this, but you’ll have to pretend it’s still Friday April 24th.  We got in to Cincinnati too late last night for me to blog, considering I drove, and stayed awake by sipping a bottle of Starbucks Caramel Iced Coffee, munching on peanut butter / Ritz crackers, and cheddar spread / saltine crackers, and listening to a suspenseful mystery story on audiobook. 393 more words

American Reflexxx


There is a video making the rounds these days. It was produced two years ago, in Myrtle Beach SC. It shows a pretty person, wearing scanty clothes, behaving in a provocative manner. 480 more words

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Happy Birthday Library of Congress

The Library of Congress celebrates its 215th birthday today. Though not the oldest library in the United States (this honor belongs to the Darby Free Library in Darby Pennsylvania which has operated continuously since 1743), the Library of Congress (LC) is certainly the largest library in the United States. 301 more words

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