Playing Catch-Up and Planning for the Summer

Long time, no update. Life has been extremely busy over the past two weeks.

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I’m the Balloon: A review of Jacqueline Novak’s “How to Weep in Public: Feeble offerings on depression from one who knows”

Admittedly, I do have an issue with books where, if I can’t finish it one sitting, it’s probably going to take me a lot of time to finish it at all. Reading’s one of those things where I can focus my typically-multi-tracked-mind on a singular task and work it until completion. That’s where I am with Jacqueline Novak’s “How to Weep in Public: Feeble offerings on depression from one who knows.”

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“According to Brueghel / When Icarus fell / it was spring”

We look up the painting to see what William Carlos Williams is talking about if we don’t already know it. Lately, I’ve been thinking back to Icarus, back to this poem in particular because I like it.

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Odyssey Article Round-Up, April 15th

I’ve been a little remiss in sharing links to my articles here as well as on Facebook and Twitter. Here’s what you might have missed:

And from last week:

Keep an eye out for next week–there’s going to be some journals, books, and cleaning tips.