Posts Tagged: Jean Kim

Weekend Rumpus Roundup

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Thanksgiving is still three weeks away, but it’s never too early to express our gratitude. MariNaomi shows us how it’s done with a concise list of the things she is thankful for, which includes “the tenacity of young me, who kept at it for so long.” An excerpt from writer and cartoonist John Dermot Woods’s […]

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Sunday Links

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This week’s Sunday Rumpus essay by Jean Kim got me thinking about the kind of retrospective realizations that make us wish we could go back in time and do something differently, or at least apologize for our inability to do so.  What synchronicity then to run across “Self Portrait in Apologies” by Sarah Einstein. Sarah […]

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Dog Lab

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One day, I saw on the schedule Canine Cardiophysiology Lab. By then I had already carved up human carcasses in anatomy class . . . . Memories of mellifluous verses about springtime and the stark insights of Shakespearian tragedies had long since faded. I went through the motions without rest, a zombie memorizing body parts.

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