Monthly Archives: February 2015

Circuitry: For Sarah

I. Out of nothing above the infinite falling of snow. I lie on a couch face up watching it fall. The thought of infinite dropping dots fills my mind, silently dropping as numberless as the crumbs of stars scattered across … Continue reading

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Peachtree Heights, Murky Depths

In my JOUR318 Literature of Journalism class, I gave an in-class writing assignment that Rick Bragg once brought into my class when I was teaching it New Orleans. It starts with the prompt “I come from the kind of place … Continue reading

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Making the Past ‘Relatable’

The digital/mobile ether that our undergraduates float in these days seems to make the historical past even less relevant than it used to be. Or less “relatable,” the word they use to replace “relevant.” (Check out the two words in … Continue reading

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