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art is an onion

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turnstile

Michael V. Smith and Elizabeth Bachinsky performed and read, respectively, to promote their books. Touring seems so lonely and awkward. There should be a format they could slot into in each community. Touring together seems like a good way to overcome some of the problems. Continue reading

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clearing out the essentials

My wife began the day with an ominous word: “Okay—” More than the word it’s the pause; I hear thunder in the furniture and lightning in the shelves and if the elves can’t handle this, we’ll do it by ourselves— … Continue reading

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