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Unbroken

This book was rough.  I don’t mean to be glib — heaven knows that nobody wants to be the person that pokes fun at the biography of an Olympic runner, WWII pilot, POW, and humanitarian.  Still, whether deliberately or not, … Continue reading

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After the Workshop: A Mediation on Writing

Young, inexperienced writers are often faced with a difficult dichotomy: they are told to write about “what they know” while at the same time, nothing makes for a more dull topic than a writer’s life. The art of writing is, … Continue reading

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Summer at Tiffany: The Happiest Piece of Summer Fluff You’ll Find This Year

The jacket reads “In this glorious once-upon-a-time fairy tale come true, two beautiful college debs from Iowa make it to New York City, end up working at Tiffany’s and living the dream of every creer girl of the 1940s.” It … Continue reading

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