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Short story: Everything is Far from Here by Cristina Henriquez, from the New Yorker, July 2017. Highly Recommended.

Poem: As the Sparrow by Charles Bukowski, from… 32 more words

The Ray Bradbury Challenge

Why We Still Can’t Quit F. Scott Fitzgerald

It’s been almost a century since a 23-year-old F. Scott Fitzgerald penned “The I.O.U.,” a short story that pokes fun at the publishing industry’s obsession with sensation over substance. 758 more words

Fiction

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The Written (Edited) Word

The following is an excerpt from an article published in The New Yorker Magazine.

“What the Enron Emails Say About Us,” by Nathan Heller captures an unfortunate but growing trend in our society with regard to education and execution of the written word. 429 more words

Limerick for an East Coast Rag

I’d like to submit to “New Yorker.”
Their paychecks, I hear, are real porkers.
Since they seldom publish,
Anything but rubbish,
My work should fit in like a corker.

Poetry

The New Yorker 10 and 17 July 2017

COVER:                       Off the Leash    Dogs are Mark Ulriksen’s  favorite subject to draw!

Who is Mark Ulriksen?

  1. He is  a San Francisco California based artist whose…
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The New Yorker

From Venice to Yale

In a recent issue of The New Yorker, the scholar Stephen Greenblatt offers an insightful consideration of a Shakespearean comedy toward which he—like most of us—can hardly help having mixed feelings: “There is something very strange about experiencing… 1,261 more words

Theater

A BLOG ON HOW DADE C.I. TCU STAFF DENIED MENTALLY DISABLED INMATES FOOD AS A FORM OF PUNISHMENT

Over the approximately two years I worked in the Dade C.I. Transitional Care Unit (TCU) I discovered that one of the most common forms of unlawful punishment Dade C.I. 258 more words

Harold Hempstead