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Posts tagged "families"
Helping My First Generation Students Take Pride in their Personal Essays
"I feel lucky to be able to witness the telling of these lives"
April 13, 2017 By
The Uncanny Magic of Joy Williams, in a Single Paragraph
How a Master of the Short Story Plays Cat and Mouse with the Reader
April 7, 2017 By
Valeria Luiselli on the Choices People Make in Coming to America
"How do you explain any of this to your own children?"
March 16, 2017 By
The Weight of My Father’s Poems
Emily Ruskovich on the Creative Dedication of her Prolific Father
January 20, 2017 By
Mike Mills on Talking to Ghosts and Writing Women
A Conversation with the director of
20th Century Women
January 6, 2017 By
When Your Characters Live Inside Your Childhood Home
Sara Schaff on Revisiting the House She Grew Up in Through Fiction
November 9, 2016 By
The Haunting of Shirley Jackson
Laura Miller on Imaginative Young Women in Big, Isolated Houses...
September 28, 2016 By
Fascist, Communist, Writer, Duchess… The Legend of the Mitford Sisters
How a One-of-a-Kind Family Captured a Nation's Imagination
September 21, 2016 By
Toward New Versions of a
After Marriage Equality the Next Frontier of LGBTQ Rights...
September 15, 2016 By
August 9, 2016 By
The Sport of Kings
May 16, 2016 By
When Chris Offutt Lost His Virginity at a ComicCon
On Growing up the Son of a Pornographer and Sci-Fi Star
March 14, 2016 By
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