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New Jersey Bard

Today, I just wanted to write a little something about poetry.  By no means am I an expert on the topic (or even a passable amateur).  But if poetry is good and effective, it sticks with you and rears its head through all the embarrassing moments and regrets, and through all the humor and joy; […]

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Lighter Fare

For this week’s book, I’ve chosen something a little less sinister and dark (although no less depressing at times, I’m afraid) in Jonathan Tropper’s This Is Where I Leave You. I’d been hearing for weeks from various sources that this was a good book (true) and that Jonathan Tropper’s writing style was similar to that […]

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Family–I guess I’ll keep mine

Hi everyone!      I know that I missed you all last Monday, but I had a good excuse:  I’d just graduated…and let’s just say it took more than Sunday for me to recover from my graduation party.  Now it’s been a week, so here’s an update.  I’m still terrified about my future, but that fear […]

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