The Last Guitar
My brother built guitars. And even though my husband and I supported him morally and financially for years, we never managed to get our hands on one of his instruments. It seemed ...
"I have all the copies of The Paris Review and like the interviews very much. They will make a good book when collected and that will be very good for the Review ."
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Back in 1990, Debra Milke of Phoenix was sentenced to death for supposedly orchestrating the December 1989 murder of her four-year-old son, Christopher. She spent 22 years on death row--but is ...
I've written a lot about Senator Mark Begich (D. AK) quite a bit early this month regarding his plan to strengthen Social Security known as the Protecting and Preserving Social Security Act of 2013:
It's been a few months since my husband's mother passed away. The sharpest point of grief has passed. We miss her, but we can talk about losing her without breaking down. That's progress, I suppose.
Ah what the hell, I was originally just going to do one diary today because I'm burnt out from yesterday but I like you guys so much that I'll give you a few more diaries. I'll have a new SD-Sen ...
By BILL MOYERS and MICHAEL WINSHIP
The inauguration of a president is one of those spectacles of democracy that can make us remember we're part of something big and enduring. So for a few hours ...
You know how the Catholic Church is always going on and on ... and _on_ and freakin' _on_ ... about the sanctity of life and also a bunch of vague concepts about liberty 'n stuff? We can't have ...
This afternoon just as I awoke from a nap I had one of those little insights, a moment of clarity that you have sometimes.
Sometimes something that’s happened comes into focus and its meaning is ...