The Hour Will Pass

Laura Maylene Walter
October 5, 2016
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An hour a day. That was my main goal in recent months: devoting one hour a day, every day, to my novel in progress. It didn’t matter if I wrote 1,000 words in that hour or 200 or even zero,…

Adventures in Trumpland

Cody Walker
October 4, 2016
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What would Lewis Carroll have made of Donald Trump? In an 1875 letter to The Spectator, Carroll (or, really, Charles Dodgson, the don behind the pseudonym) lamented the ways in which the “degradation of women” went unchallenged in British colleges and universities.…

Summer Peaches, Summer Regrets

Aaron Gilbreath
October 4, 2016
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June and July are the months of blissful ambition. With the summer all kinetic energy and carefree possibility, more of it laid out before you than behind, you feel like you can do anything. And you will, just after this…

Why We Chose It

Geeta Kothari
October 3, 2016
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“The Great Unknown,” by Ravi Mangla, appears in the Fall 2016 Poetics of Science issue of KROnline A third of the way through his elegant and compact essay “The Great Unknown,” Ravi Mangla’s observes, “The mail, once good for a…

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