Monthly Archives: August 2012

Required texts: World Literature

For anyone who will be following along at home with World Literature this fall, in addition to a trove of free online resources that we’ll be drawing upon, you will need to locate the following six texts: Things Fall Apart … Continue reading

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Drove the Inferno Orange Car to Dante Hall Last Night.

I stopped to pick up Emily in Ventnor City, who asked, “Something to drink?” and just as I was articulating a no, I’m fine, her not-quite-two-year old son rushed over to me with a Budweiser. Hank handed me the bottle, … Continue reading

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Open Mic/Reading Tonight––Dante Hall in Atlantic City.

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Free classes this fall: Creative Writing & World Literature!

I’ve gotten a wee bit o’erwhelmed this week in starting to plan for the fall term. I have to run out to the college tomorrow for a hot minute to drop off syllabi to be copied. These next two weeks … Continue reading

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For the Week of August 12th

Saturday, August 11th: Into the city. Pick up free new-members mug from the museum (finally). Drinks at Talula’s Garden; dinner at Jones. Sunday, August 12th: Breakfast at North End Beach Grill. Laundry. Monday, August 13th: Fill in at the law … Continue reading

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Printed texts: August 1st to August 9th.

This morning, as it looked to rain––after a quick walk with Effie, and on a whim––I decided to print out on index cards some text messages I had sent to friends this week & set them up around the apartment … Continue reading

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Letter-Writing Club: August 9th, 2012 edition.

Sorry, I’m in a rush. The A/V’s a bit off. And my hair looks weird. It was a long, hot summer’s day, all-told. But still: nice.

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