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The Price of Admission

I write. I write for classes. I write for me. Or at least I used to. Recently I haven’t been able to do it–to produce what I want, to say things the way I used to be able to. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Adventures in Nonfiction: Memories of Catholic School

You’re Full of Bologna By Courtney Fogarty   My disappointment soared as I pried open my lunch box. Ew. Bologna. Again. There were other, tastier things in my lunch box, but I knew if that cursed sandwich still lay there … Continue reading

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The Return of Serialized Fiction

Starting this past September, Amazon began releasing new items called Kindle Serials. Instead of buying the whole book at once, the consumer buys the book a portion at a time. With a tagline like “Great reads, one episode at a time” … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month: Edna St. Vincent Millay

In honor of National Poetry Month, I thought I would send some inspiration your way with a poem from, in my opinon, one of the most underrated poets of the 20th century. A whip-smart, firecracker of a woman, Millay used … Continue reading

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Help! I Have a Fear of the Future

  VS. So here’s the thing. I don’t know which side to be on—the tablets or the books. I’m no good at technology. Sure, I can scan pictures, use a copier, and download things—but so can my 86-year old grandfather … Continue reading

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Rave Runs

  I don’t know about you, but I love running. In fact, I love running so much that I also love reading about it. My favorite magazine for this is Runner’s World. I find that is has a great balance … Continue reading

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