Monthly Archives: September 2015

“Claustrophobia: The Closet’s Perspective” by Julianna Baggott

(as printed in the November/December 2012 issue of The American Poetry Review)

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Zack Graham’s To Kill a Mockingbird Problem… and Ours

The following is reprinted from the National Book Review, written by one of my former students. His words are followed by a short letter to him from me. Essay— My To Kill a Mockingbird Problem…. and Ours By Zack Graham … Continue reading

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s “Autumn”

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Forgiveness: The Rabbi and the KKK

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Latches of being

Anne Carson, Autobiography of Red

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Delicious transformations

Yesterday’s abundant harvest of tomatoes from our garden was transformed this afternoon into a cold Moroccan Tomato Soup as well as a version of Ratatouille. The recipe for the cold soup is below. I used three kinds of organic eggplant, … Continue reading

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8th grade logic

This morning during advisory I asked my advisees how the year was going so far. They said it seemed alright, OK. Nothing brilliant or sparkling. Sure it was school I was asking them about and they were speaking in front … Continue reading

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