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Archive for December, 2011
by Dan Tricarico • 3 comments
An exploration of theme.
A few weeks ago I blogged about my secret poetry list, the one that has been glue-sticked on the inside front cover of each new poetry notebook for over twenty years. The first part of the list was a...
by Laura Preble • 5 comments
Oh, I am fortune's fool...but I have a hump full of weirdness and a pot full of boiling water. Thanks, cosmic puppeteer.
by Justin C. Key • 7 comments
How George RR Martin made me care about his characters. (Warning, vague spoilers for Game of Thrones, Book 1/1st Season....no names/positions mentioned)
I just finished Game of Thrones, Book 1 of Song of Ice and Fire yesterday, and I'm freaking pissed. If you've read the book, or have watched the series (since they've stayed pretty true), you know wha...
by Nina Munteanu • 16 comments
It’s not what you think it is…
It’s not what you think it is… There’s a poignant scene near the end of the 2005 movie “Coach Carter” where a student finally responds to Carter’s insistent question of “what is your deepest fear?”...
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