Monthly Archives: November 2015

Took Pen in Hand

Steve Albini pens a clear call to action this holiday season in describing his work with Letters to Santa. These weren’t impish requests for toys or a new bike; mostly, they were desperate pleas from heads of households asking for … Continue reading

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Well-Written is Not the Same, Necessarily, as Popular

I saved James Snell’s article History is Literature awhile ago and finally got around to reading it. Given the limits on time that delayed this article for a month, I am terrified at the number of books I added to … Continue reading

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Some Quiet Please

I dreaded the phony participation in law school, miss the authentic, quiet, discussion of my undergraduate classes, and struggle with telling A-students’ parents “your student needs to participate more”. ¬†After reading parts of Susan Cain’s Quiet and watching the TED … Continue reading

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