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Paris Between the Wars - "F" is for F. Scott Fitzgerald

Between 1919 and 1939, Paris experienced a cultural and intellectual boom. This blog will feature artists, writers, composers, musicians, and designers. Paris was at its cultural peak. 362 more words

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Ernest Hemingway's Moveable Feast

Ernest Hemingway has always been pretty iffy for me. Stretching back into my teens, I always found it difficult to stomach the man. Important to note there: the man. 911 more words

Review

Paris between the Wars - "B" is for Sylvia Beach

Between 1919 and 1939, Paris experienced a cultural and intellectual boom. This blog will feature artists, writers, composers, musicians, and designers. Paris was at its cultural peak. 212 more words

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The Beautiful Drip 

“Ma si! Sono ancora vivo, Dolcezza!”

There is something particularly strange to me about leaping back into old texts that I’ve written a year or so back and then letting them drip into my current ones. 1,480 more words

Articles

The Kids Aren't Alright

Monsoon subeditor Morgan Kerle looks at Japan’s lost generation of Freeters. 

To today’s youth in Japan, the fast cars and pricey whisky abundant during the bubble of the 1980s must seem like an alcohol fuelled delusion. 875 more words

Northeast Asia

Look out the Window

Hello World. It’s another month.

The photo above is a wall mural by artist, Tabaimo. (You can go to SJMOA to check out her collection. 624 more words

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Kay Boyle

Here is a link to my review of Kay Boyle: A Twentieth-Century Life in Letters edited by Sandra Spanier: “Here to Write”

It appears in the March edition of Open Letters Monthly.

Book Review