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Reading then and now

Many months ago I wrote a post about Garret Keizer—a teacher, thinker and writer who lives and works in the Northeast Kingdom. Keizer was a very popular teacher at Lake Region High School in the Kingdom for seven years and

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Why read? Why write? Why live?

Some people suggest that reading, and especially reading literature, is out of style and will gradually become obsolete. After all, you can find any information you need on the Internet. Graphic novels and celebrity memoirs are the order of the

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Why read books if we can’t remember them?

I know I’m not alone in reading a murder mystery, only to realize—perhaps a third of the way or half through—that I’ve read it before. Having reacquainted myself with the plot, I can usually remember who dunnit! Except for their

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Melissa Zink and the book

Melissa Zink, c.1995, Embudo, New Mexico. Photo by Margery Franklin.   It’s difficult to write about Melissa Zink. I’ve seen only one art piece by her, and then briefly. Photographs, because they’re from only one perspective and most of her work

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