Happily today we have a composed and RA-4-compliant phenomenon for your absorption, a quick look at boyhood in a certain regard: Mark Ward’s “A School Photograph.”
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It is an indulgence this morning to offer from our pantry this sixwise instructional: Todd Osborne’s “How to Cook.”
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Today we’re posting a little empathy, or at least a question, packaged beautifully and delivered of our archive with the brutal minimum of sinistrous verbiage: Noah Kucij’s “Austerities.”
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Today a fiction lifted down from the top shelf of our archive, the twisty fillet of Eric Prochaska’s “Guts“:
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To our worldwide Anglophone friends, please allow a moment of indulgence. From our archive, a dulcet-piquant remembrance all well-aware and well-founded in its multifaceted tremolo: Roberta Hatcher’s “American Notebook.”
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