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Dorothy West Ave

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  • Drove by the Dorothy West Home yesterday. It’s not a museum. Instead the woman who cared for Mrs. West at the end of her life was given the house in Mrs. West’s will. My first thought was that the house shouldn’t be used, it should be preserved! But then I remembered Alice Walker’s excellent short story, “Everyday Use.”
  • Congratulations to the winners of the Lambda Literary Awards.
  • In India parents are tired of only having American and English books for thier kids.
  • Can creative writing be taught? I’m sort of over the conversation, but it’s worth a link.
  • New Jersey artists, let’s try again to win a state grant.
  • Beautiful poetry broadsides, signed by the authors. Only $10.
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