I was just outed as a ghost-whisperer in Amy Balfour’s article about campus spirits. Balfour recounts several spooky stories about the building I teach in, Payne Hall, on the south end of Washington and Lee University’s historic colonnade, in a Civil-War-haunted town where garage doors are left open for spectral horses…
I’m blogging for Shenandoah this month and that passage above is the opening of my first entry. Read the rest here.
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The work wants to be made
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