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Somethings may be beyond satire

This week’s issue of the New Yorker features a post-modernist satirical short story by the award-winning author George Saunders. “Little St.Don” is told in a series of semi-comic vignettes that aim to capture our living nightmare. I’m a big fan of Saunder’s … Continue reading

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How It’s Done

I’m a long time fan of writer George Saunders going back to his short story collections “CivilWar Land in Bad Decline” and “Pastoralia”. If you love great storytelling, whether you know Saunders’ work or not (but you should), this short … Continue reading

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Cultivating Thought

One day the writer Jonathan Safran Foer was sitting in a Chipotle Mexican Grill enjoying a veggie burrito (they’re quite good and GMO-free) when he realized that he had nothing to read. This sparked a clever idea for the author … Continue reading

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