Monthly Archives: September 2016

WHAT’S YOUR STORY?

“What’s Your Story?” has become another way of asking what’s up, what’s happening, que pasa?   This is fascinating phrasing in this era of the embattled story.   While the traditional story died in a plague declared by the avant-garde … Continue reading

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The fate of September Song

It’s one of those sparkling September days.  The sky soars, saturated with rare blue.  The glinting particles in the atmosphere catch light and shimmer – you might imagine you’re by the Mediterranean.  A specific event in history might have upended … Continue reading

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DeLillo & Other College Stuff

The opening passage of White Noise – the dyspeptic observation of American families emptying their car of electrical appliances, sports fetishes for their child’s first day of college – thrilled me when I first read it. DeLillo’s scissoring eye, his … Continue reading

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