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In Search of Free Time: My Bookmark Reflection on Proust

Only a few years ago I wanted to read Marcel Proust for two reasons. Continue reading “In Search of Free Time: My Bookmark Reflection on Proust”

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Stopping by Truckee

You need to be from a place for quite awhile before you gesture out the window and say something like, “Well, the western winds are up.” Continue reading “Stopping by Truckee”

Reading American Gods and Measuring Cult Fiction

That we’ve broken their statues,
that we’ve driven them out of their temples,
doesn’t mean at all that the gods are dead.
O land of Ionia, they’re still in love with you,
their souls still keep your memory. Continue reading “Reading American Gods and Measuring Cult Fiction”

Ordinary Things that Makes Me Happy

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Even and Odd: 25 Years of Travel Stories

Note from Me: I planned to publish these stories last November, when I was actually turning 25. Continue reading “Even and Odd: 25 Years of Travel Stories”

Golden Hour at Shelter Rock

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Being Introduced at a Party as a Poet is Weird

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The News from Cannery Row: John Steinbeck’s “Sweet Thursday”

I had hardly started upon reading a delight of a short novel before I was texting my father, Continue reading “The News from Cannery Row: John Steinbeck’s “Sweet Thursday””

Saturday Morning: 3 Poetry Books for a Weekend

The first time I read Heart of Darkness, I really don’t think I understood a lick of it. Continue reading “Saturday Morning: 3 Poetry Books for a Weekend”

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