Monthly Archives: May 2016

To all the books not written

…pondering my involvement in same: “Does not having written a book perhaps suffice, in itself, to distinguish a [wo]man? Despite their ultimate vanity, might [her] arduous labors make [her] a hero? The mythological heroes…Sisyphus, Penelope, Tantalus, the Danaides – are, after … Continue reading

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OAT: Reeling through life –

…with Tara Ison as an astute guide. My latest, long overdue Other Author Thursday shout-out is for her insightful writing: Reeling Through Life: How I Learned to Live, Love, and Die at the Movies looks at how film shapes identity. … Continue reading

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