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A Ringing in Your Ears That Would Disappear by Morning

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Soon, you would discover the local isle of misfits. Every town has at least one if you do some digging. Yours was The Boathouse. ...more

Regarding the Boy

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What happens to a place when it can no longer define itself by its history, when it tears everything down? What is the rust belt without the plants, the factories? Who is the boy without his sister? ...more

Weekend Rumpus Roundup

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First, Diana Whitney reviews Cynthia Cruz’s poetry collection, Wunderkammer, meaning “cabinet of curiosities.” This is a book of “delicious… detail.” Cruz’s poems, Whitney declares, “have a wry sense of humor that tempers the traumas they reveal.” The poet, who was born in Germany, transports readers from Berlin to upstate New York, from death to madness to redemption.

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Notable New York, This Week 11/23-11/29

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This week in New York Justin Taylor and literary collective Wu Ming read, Tim Burton exhibit opens, Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage and other films screen, Julian Plenti performs, a short video helps you tighten your table-side manners for Thanksgiving, and Sleeping Puppets lay at Matthew Marks gallery.

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