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From our Friends at the LPG: Writer’s Block – Jason Guriel

If you haven’t read The Pigheaded Soul yet, I highly recommend it. It’s clever, it’s engaging, it’s occasionally funny—it’s everything you might wish good, solid literary criticism to be. Still on the fence? Maybe learning more about the book’s intrepid … Continue reading

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News for January

I have a fool-proof method of making New Year’s resolutions, and it hasn’t failed me in recent memory. What’s the secret, you ask? Easy: only make resolutions that are attainable. I’m all for resolving to make sweeping life changes if … Continue reading

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News for December

I have a confession to make. Now, this may or my not be surprising, given the comments that manage to sneak out here and there, but I am a full-fledged, card-carrying holiday junkie. I am that annoying person whose toes … Continue reading

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