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Too Shy to Stop

Off the Page, Poetry Gets Personal

By presenting a poem in a new medium, the poet can bend a reader’s expectations. Readers identify with poems when they feel the poet has spoken directly to them.

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Interview with Playwright Brooke Berman

Berman’s insight has influenced my life profoundly; I reread this interview frequently, and I think about her wisdom almost every day.

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Film Review: “The Double Life of Veronique”

The Double Life of Veronique, a film by renowned Polish filmmaker Krzysztof KiƩslowski, is not so much an enigma as a dramatic celebration of the unknown.

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Shifting Shapes on Social Networks

On social networks, users learn by example. When positivity is the norm, those who post negative comments with regular frequency are generally ostracized.

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