Daily Archives: April 2, 2018

A Little Folly

I have never been particularly fond of the sort of joking and teasing that goes on relating to April Fool’s Day [1].  There are several reasons for this, but before I discuss the reasons I would like to discuss the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Darkness Sticks To Everything

Darkness Sticks To Everything:  Collected And New Poems, by Tom Hennen I must admit I did not know anything about this Midwestern poet before picking up this book of poetry by random, but I have to say I found him … Continue reading

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Book Review: Appalachian Elegy

Appalachian Elegy, by Bell Hooks Being familiar with at least some of the poet’s other work [1] is both an advantage and disadvantage in a book like this.  The advantage is that one knows something about the author’s political worldview, … Continue reading

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