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Thursday, July 23,2015

poetry

What a week on the weep under fix of the cloud And the germ of a worm getting fresh with the shroud It’s the shadow from sable of water table. Curmudgeonly uncle has left us endowed..
Thursday, July 23,2015

Words | Week of July 23

“So, You’re a Poet” Open Poetry Reading..
Thursday, July 16,2015

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Author of Never Letting Go and the recently released Evidence of Eternity, Anthony is a fourth-generation medium, who uses his power to help people deal with grief and get in touch with loved ones in the afterlife. He has spent time studying at Oxford University and at the Arthur Findlay College for the Advancement of Psychic Science.
Thursday, July 16,2015

Words | Week of July 16, 2015

A Deeper Perspective on Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias — Megan Carnarius..
Thursday, July 9,2015

Poetry

American Life in Poetry: Column 533

I once knew an artist who seemed to live on those little envelopes of free sugar that one can find on tables in restaurants. And he took the little “watercolor pans” of jelly, too, stuffing his pockets. Here’s a poem by Ned Balbo, who lives in Baltimore, about another sugar snatcher.
Thursday, July 9,2015

Words | Week of July 9, 2015

“Abbey, Stegner, and the Future of the American West.”.
Thursday, July 2,2015

Words | Week of July 2, 2015

Gasa Gasa Girl Goes to Camp — Lily Yuriko Nakai Havey..
Thursday, July 2,2015

Poetry

American Life in Poetry: Column 534

It’d been a long winter, rags of snow hanging on; then, at the end of April, an icy nor’easter, powerful as a hurricane. But now I’ve landed on the coast of Maine, visiting a friend who lives two blocks from the ocean, and I can’t believe my luck, out this mild morning, race-walking along the strand.
Thursday, June 25,2015

Poetry

(Able Muse Press, 2014). Poem reprinted by permission of Melissa Balmain and Able Muse Press. Introduction copyright 2015 by The Poetry Foundation. The introduction’s author, Ted Kooser, served as United States Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 2004- 2006.
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