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What Sherman Alexie snacks on and what Diana Gabaldon drinks

I can’t seem to sit down to write without a cup of tea by my side.  I don’t know what it is about the act of writing that demands a comfort to accompany it, but I’ve been reading lately that … Continue reading

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The poetry of parenthood: Jarold Ramsey’s “Thinking Like A Canyon”

When you read about a little girl becoming a butterfly in “Lupine Dew,” or the grief of a mother’s loss of her son in “Mother and Son,” in the poetry collection, “Thinking Like A Canyon” by Jarold Ramsey, you experience … Continue reading

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