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And, reading Wilderness, I was reminded of something I had run across years ago, in a discussion, as I recall, of Elizabethan poetry, that claimed as how, in love poetry, the particular object of the poet’s love, though composed of a particular set of eyes and brows and rosebud lips, becomes a universal sign and […]

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Once more, dear friends, once more they’re rattling Shakespeare’s bones. This just in from UPI:             British actors Derek Jacobi and Mark Rylance have renewed the debate on whether or not William Shakespeare was the true writer of his works. They have already received 300 signatures for their “declaration of reasonable doubt,” which was made […]

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The books ought to arrive in about two weeks now, and though there are things I could be working on (a short story, the next novel, learning how to run the website) I’ve been reading instead, and being generally lazy.  So lazy that I’m going to punt on today’s entry, and just put down a […]

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The past two weeks, getting the MS ready for the printer, have been ridiculous.  Here’s a future topic: Software Hell. Software wasn’t the only thing keeping me up at night.  There was also the fact that I had set myself a deadline for submission to the printer, which meant that I needed to stop rewriting […]

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