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Tim hung by the door as I walked up, a few minutes late to class. His pink hair, black eye liner, and neon tank presented a contrast to the individual I’d met the previous semester. Then, he’d worn his Appleby’s uniform as … Continue reading
I don’t like not knowing how to do things. You could say I’m a control freak, especially when it comes to creative endeavors. So, after saying good riddance to my dissertation in May – becoming a bonafide PhD – I … Continue reading
Came across this today while reading. It reminds me of why I read, why I’ve devoted my life to literature in one way or another. Enjoy! There is no single way to read well, though there is a prime reason … Continue reading
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