Posts Tagged: dear john

The Work Doesn’t Forget

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Anthony Walton remembers poet, editor, and Brown University professor Michael Harper as a “secular priest”—of words and deeds and heart:

For Michael, poetry was like psychoanalysis: a searching out and recovery of narratives, not just his own, but national and collective story lines and archetypes needed for America to find itself, own its history, see its ugliness, imagine its potential.

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The Rumpus Sunday Book Blog Roundup

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Happy sexin’ day, everyone!

This isn’t my favorite holiday, so I’m gonna let the Book Bench do all the talkin’ about it with these Dear John letters and some blogging on emails and romance.

Carolyn Kellogg at Jacket Copy points us in the direction of another person calling some sort of fiction dead.

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