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“Sorrow everywhere with nowhere to go”: Elizabeth Alexander on losing her husband and writing through grief

"Sorrow everywhere with nowhere to go": Elizabeth Alexander on losing her husband and writing through grief

Had the pleasure of not only writing some scholarship on Lucille Clifton's poetry, but teaching her collection as well.

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Masque africain, masque Tribal Dan de Côte d’Ivoire

Masque africain masque Tribal Dan de Côte d'Ivoire par AfricanMasks

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30 Inspiring Quotes on Writing

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Africa | Head mask from the Baga people of Guinea | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Wood, fiber and pigment | This type of mask ~ D'mba ~ is worn at important celebrations to ensure growth and fertility not only among the Baga people but also in terms of their crops and livestock.

Blog sur la Communication aux Antilles et dans le monde. Le blog de Lagencedecom', la première agence aux Antilles Guyane .

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Man Booker winner's debut novel rejected nearly 80 times

Jamaican author Marlon James says he nearly gave up writing after his first novel, John Crow’s Devil, was rejected 78 times by publishers

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A personal history by a poet who suddenly lost her husband (though, as Elizabeth Alexander writes, “lost” implies we are looking and he might be found), this piece retraces their family in the kind of prose that hits you like a very quiet subway car you never saw coming. —Amy Chozick, Reporter

“I just never get good. Poetry is too literary.” Grace Paley began and ended her long writing career as a poet.