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The Meaning of Working on Your Your Stuff.

It’s very important to work on your stuff because there is no better student or teacher for your own lessons than yourself. You have much to do before you take your exams, so to speak, and you have to tend to your own psychic and emotional wounds. 176 more words


Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay

To co-opt a phrase from Oprah, it is not often that I have an ‘Aha moment’. That is not to say I have been completely bereft of epiphany, but it can be unusual to really and completely resonate with an author, particularly when it comes to the subject of feminism. 433 more words


An Excerpt from "In Memoriam"

Today, nearly half of Harrisonburg’s population is made up of students of James Madison University who pass through in a matter of four years, give or take.

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Fantomas Versus the Multinational Vampires: An Attainable Utopia by Julio Cortázar (translated by David Kurnick)

Title:  Fantomas versus the Multinational Vampires: An Attainable Utopia Author:  Julio Cortázar Translator:  David Kurnick Publisher:  Semiotext(e), Los Angeles (2014) ISBN:  978 1 58435 134 4… 949 more words

"Lightbulb Man Cometh Pt 1"

“Lightbulb Man Cometh Pt 1″

When I was a child
I would wake every night
As he stood
In the doorway

Burning so bright… 38 more words


An Interview with Author, Dr. Santosh Bakaya

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By Lopa Banerjee

Dr. Santosh Bakaya, an academician, scholar, author, essayist, and poet from India is truly an incredible woman who has already created an important niche for herself in both the literary and the academic arena. 2,545 more words


*101 Your Delicious Slow Cooker Cookbook* by Morgan White

101 Your Delicious Slow Cooker Cookbook: The Best 35 Easy and Healthy Recipes for Busy People by Morgan White

I love to prepare meals using a slow cooker so when I saw that this book was being offered for free, I grabbed it. 202 more words