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"Outside In: Nell Zink turned her back on the publishing world. It found her anyway" by Kathryn Schultz, New Yorker, May 18, 2015

"Outside In: Nell Zink turned her back on the publishing world. It found her anyway" by Kathryn Schultz, New Yorker, May 18, 2015

The Agony of the Artist (with a capital A): E.E. Cummings on What It Really Means to Be an Artist and His Little-Known Line Drawings | Brain...

The Agony of the Artist (with a capital A): E.E. Cummings on What It Really Means to Be an Artist and His Little-Known Line Drawings | Brain...

From the December 2011 issue of Harper's Magazine:   The Accidental Universe - Science’s crisis of faith, By Alan Lightman

From the December 2011 issue of Harper's Magazine: The Accidental Universe - Science’s crisis of faith, By Alan Lightman

The non-hierarchical education of the Zapatistas cries dignity and suggests that the suffering of the neoliberal university can be withstood and overcome.

The non-hierarchical education of the Zapatistas cries dignity and suggests that the suffering of the neoliberal university can be withstood and overcome.

The biggest problem with working at a treadmill desk is the compulsion to announce constantly that you are working at a treadmill desk.

The biggest problem with working at a treadmill desk is the compulsion to announce constantly that you are working at a treadmill desk.

Beryl Markham

Beryl Markham

Elaine Stritch's 12 Best Pieces of Advice for Creative People

Elaine Stritch's 12 Best Pieces of Advice for Creative People

Runs in the Family New findings about schizophrenia rekindle old questions about genes and identity.

Runs in the Family New findings about schizophrenia rekindle old questions about genes and identity.

In the comparatively safe, sleek, and expensive New York City of today, nostalgia for the crime-ridden, scummy, and cheap New York City of the 1970s is as strong as ever.

In the comparatively safe, sleek, and expensive New York City of today, nostalgia for the crime-ridden, scummy, and cheap New York City of the 1970s is as strong as ever.

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