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At the Harbor Lights Motel After You Return

At the Harbor Lights Motel After You Return By Lynn Houston . In August 2016, while at a writing residency, I met a man who was already supposed to have deployed with his National Guard unit. We were given the … Continue reading

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LANGUAGE AND LOSS

Language and Loss by John Guzlowski My friend the writer Christina Sanantonio and I have been having a conversation about writing about loss. It’s a conversation fueled in part by the suicide of the novelist David Foster Wallace back in 2008. She … Continue reading

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Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder

Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder By Lisa Marie Basile Amanda Knox is innocent of murder. As a reader, you may have already chosen a side, since some have made this a battle … Continue reading

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