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Bricklayer, Bird-Watcher, Literary Sensation

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

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Ghosts and Empties

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Why We Keep Studying the Holocaust

"Blood and Soil: Why We Keep Studying the Holocaust," by Adam Gopnik, New Yorker, Sept. 21, 2015

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Silk Brocade

"Silk Brocade" by Tessa Hadley, New Yorker, July 27, 2015

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The Skeptic

"The Skeptic," by Sasha Frere-Jones, In another world, the movements of a musician like Chrissie Hynde would be closely tracked and regularly celebrated.

"The Walking Cure: Talking to Cheryl Strayed about What Made Wild Work," by Kathryn Schultz, "New York Magazine, " Dec. 3, 2014. Midway on her life’s journey, Cheryl Strayed found herself in dark woods. Or a quarter-way, really: At the age of 26, motherless, divorced, dabbling in heroin, adrift from her stepfather and siblings and her own former self, Strayed made her way to California...

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The Atticus Finch We Always Knew

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Structures of Landscape / ENSAMBLE STUDIO

Cultivated Structures | Ensemble Studio | Montana | 2015 | Queste strutture realizzate per il Tippet Rise Art Center celebrano l'unione tra arte, paesaggio e architettura.