The New York Times ran a “Working Woman’s Handbook” section in the print edition this Sunday, and I read it from cover to cover, even though it defeated the REASON I get the print edition on Sunday mornings, the whole indulgence-with-a-pot-of-tea-on-the-sofa vibe. The handbook… Continue Reading “Dear poetry professor on submissions (plus dropped balls, tombstones, & “Hap”)”
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