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Area wise projector lamp amenity at diverse PLC centers

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From page to screen: TV's The New Yorker amuses, inspires

Last month, Amazon Prime launched the new original series “The New Yorker Presents.” A fan of the magazine and its podcasts, I added the show to my watchlist and let it sit, assuming it really wouldn’t satisfy when I sought good television programming. 147 more words


Love your writing? Get an editor.


In a folder marked TO DO/READ, I came across a yellowed Wall Street Journal article about “Joy Luck Club” author Amy Tan and her nearly 12-year pursuit for the perfect editor. 510 more words


Journey to the Center for Fiction

I’ve been traveling a lot recently, back in time to World War II via “All the Light I Cannot See,” “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” and “The Nightingale.” Yet, some of the most enlightening and inspiring trips I’ve taken in recent months have been to New York’s Center for Fiction by way of the web. 203 more words


Sister Christmas

Sadie stopped on the stairs, rubbing her sleepy eyes. She’s not famous for standing still, but her feet were frozen on the bottom step. I knew why—she’d caught the odor of the plump Frazier fir we’d hauled into the den earlier that evening, after she’d been tucked in for hours. 1,587 more words



I want to die among the things I loved,

alone with the silent things

that collected dust and cracked and

sagged and aged and didn’t love me. 32 more words


The Wardrobe of a 13th-Century Warhorse

What is Ivo Bauer up to today?

It is the 22nd of April in the year of our Lord 1248. Ivo Bauer’s heart thumps heavy in his chest as the archbishop’s men-at-arms saunter into the armory. 928 more words

13th Century Europe