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Southern Fork. They had copies of it. Two bloggers at Tully’s coffee house were raving about Terrence father’s memoir; and doing it so loud that he could hear it 20 feet away at the counter “You know, I just found this book at a swap meet” said the man on the left side.  “I’ve never had … Continue reading

A Liberal Heretic’s Notes: On Yeats, Lost Friendships, And The Pain Of Being “Magic”

Writers Notebook: There is a poem of Yeats’ that makes me nauseous, but I totally understand if people love it.(taste is personal) “Song of the Wandering Aengus” is one of the better-structured poems of his early neo-romantic period; he had just found the effectiveness of sprung rhythm and slant rhyme, and it reads better than … Continue reading