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2015/04/01 11:09
2015/04/01 11:09
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John Slattery and Christina Hendricks: not even the cast were told how the show would end “When I saw the editor’s cut of the last episode, I lost it,” Weiner admits. “Part of it was fatigue; part of...
2015/04/01 11:09
2015/04/01 11:09
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2015/03/30 07:57
2015/03/30 07:57
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Most people use a simple English word as their password, like "potato." But real words are easy for hackers to crack -- once the first couple of letters are found, the hacker's computer can...
2015/03/30 01:41
2015/03/30 01:41
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Martin Sheridan was first treated for depression at 22. Fifteen years later, he puts into words his struggles with the disease I felt a funeral in my brain And mourners to and fro, Kept threading —...
2015/03/28 08:42
2015/03/28 08:42
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When you’ve personally witnessed Nick Cave nodding out on heroin and slowly lowering his head into a candle flame – his mass of dyed black hair igniting as you rush over with a tea towel to extinguish...
2015/03/26 17:41
2015/03/26 17:41
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Virginia lost a literary treasure last Dec. 4 when Chatham-born poet Claudia Emerson died of cancer in Richmond where she had moved in 2013 to teach at Virginia Commonwealth University. It’s not...
2015/03/26 05:55
2015/03/26 05:55
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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Claudia Emerson died recently at the age of 57. Her posthumous collection, "The Opposite House," has just been published by Louisiana State University Press. The poems in...
2015/03/25 02:13
2015/03/25 02:13
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Mason Bates and Anna Clyne offered their usual cheery greetings to the audience, along with two of the pieces performed on the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's MusicNOW contemporary program Monday night...
2015/03/24 15:49
2015/03/24 15:49
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In praise of Medbh McGuckian, by Adrienne Leavy Celebrating Irish women writers: ‘she challenges stereotypical representations of femininity and interrogates nationalist tropes of Ireland as...
2015/03/24 12:36
2015/03/24 12:36
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John Adams (1735-1826), the second president of our country, held this conviction: "You will never be alone with a poet in your pocket." Could it be that a good quantity of human loneliness is due to...
2015/03/22 05:56
2015/03/22 05:56
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Dickinson, a famed poet who lived from 1830 to 1886, was a bright woman with a knack for writing verse. She attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, where young women were taught "to sit up with their...
2015/03/22 03:49
2015/03/22 03:49
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... began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.” This is famous quote from Sigmund Freud, whom I respect and admire profoundly. I often wonder Freud would turn his...
2015/03/21 09:46
2015/03/21 09:46
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The Texas Shakespeare Festival is bringing back some of its original hits for its 30th season this summer. "We include two of Shakespeare's productions every season," TSF Director Raymond Caldwell...
2015/03/21 01:49
2015/03/21 01:49
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Eavan Boland reviews On Elizabeth Bishop, by Colm Tóibín Sometimes a radical poet has to wait for a radical critic. She has found one Elizabeth Bishop is the most disruptive and mysterious of modern...
2015/03/20 23:44
2015/03/20 23:44
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We look ahead to April -- National Poetry Month -- with two new titles by poet Jane Hirshfield: a book of essays on poetry and a collection of Hirshfield's own poems. Debut novels by Marian Palaia and...
2015/03/20 19:46
2015/03/20 19:46
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Saturday is World Poetry Day, and poetry is one of the most important and time-honored forms of literature in the world. From the legends including William Shakespeare and W.B. Yeats to ancient poets...
2015/03/20 16:45
2015/03/20 16:45
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If the young high school student was nervous when her name was called, she didn’t show it. Every hair was in place. She looked classy in her blue print dress and mid-height heels. She walked to the...
2015/03/20 13:55
2015/03/20 13:55
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This pragmatic author with a penchant for pathos takes the fear out of the inevitable. "Because I could not stop for Death/ He kindly stopped for me" – Emily Dickinson When Canberra author Marion...
2015/03/19 19:26
2015/03/19 19:26
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Mid-nineteenth-century America was gripped by a cult of motherhood. Then, a few decades later, many women refused to nurse.Credit PHOTOGRAPH: SOUTHWORTH & HAWES/COURTESY BUHL COLLECTION; ILLUSTRATION:...
2015/03/17 12:49
2015/03/17 12:49
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... poetry! I thought it was a book’: how Martina Evans’s mother became her muse ‘That poetry is considered to be on or even beyond the margins has never bothered me. In fact, I am sure that is where...
2015/03/17 10:45
2015/03/17 10:45
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Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby play a pair of New Yorkers suffering from bipolar disorder in Paul Dalio's "Mania Days," but each character has a little bit of Dalio himself in their bones. Dalio wrote,...
2015/04/01 11:09
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