Monthly Archives: December 2007

Holidays can be like this

Amanda describes why:

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Raymond Carver, Edited

Anyone who has written to be published has been edited. Sometimes it’s brutal (I wrote some crap for Maxim that certainly qualified). Sometimes, it’s skin-flailing, but arguably inspired. Or maybe not. The New Yorker has an online-only, line-by-line analysis of … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Hardwick

I seem to be mourning a lot lately. Not too long ago it was Porter Wagoner. This time it’s Elizabeth Hardwick the critic, poet, and co-founder my favorite magazine of all time. Hardwick on Eugene O’Neil: “If the dialogue is … Continue reading

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