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Sherman Alexie :: compare & contrast :: an essay :: “Phoenix, Rising”

“Even thus by the great sages ’tis confessed The Phoenix dies, and then is born again…” –The Divine Comedy

What is rebirth– and do you have to die to achieve it? 1,348 more words

Prose

You Don't Have to Say You Love Me


You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie
Published by Little, Brown & Co, 2017

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Genre: Memoir

I always experience Sherman Alexie books twice.  496 more words

2018

Faves of 2017: Nonfiction

Choosing my non-fiction favorites of 2017 was hard, y’all. I had a difficult time narrowing it down to ten, and then picking my favorite top three was damn near impossible. 756 more words

Nonfiction

It has been exactly six months since my last post.

That’s pathetic. But, as usually happens, vanity projects like these get put aside when every day is filled with necessary projects. 613 more words

Poetry

Book Recommendations: A Year in Review

Every year I set a Goodreads challenge for myself. I usually set my goal around 50 books. I log anything I read fiction, nonfiction, graphic novel, picture books (but I don’t seek out children’s books. 1,207 more words