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Carson McCullers at 100 (Pt. 2)

McCullers on Love and Isolation

… every lover knows this.
He feels in his soul that his love is a solitary thing.
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Keeping the Midwest Weird: My interview with Mark Athitakis continues - part 2

In my last interview blog post with the writer Mark Athitakis, “Why we we’ve got to get Willa out of the cornfield”, we talked about the plural landscape of the Midwest, something he covered in his new book,  1.052 palabras más


Carson McCullers at 100

Spent a few days in London with Jennifer. It’s now become customary for us to walk everywhere we go, tiring us out just in time for pizza on the South Bank. 117 palabras más


Carson McCullers, The great eaters of Georgia (Review)

Regular readers of my Library of America (LOA) Story of the Week posts will probably guess why I’ve chosen to write about this story: it’s by an appealing American writer and it’s about food. 1.092 palabras más

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Comedies, Dramas and Musicals mark the 2017-18 season at Arkansas Rep

A Southern story that is a favorite, a modern take on a classic comedy, a new musical based on a timeless Christmas tale, a contemporary drama of familial relationships, a joyous romp of a musical, a darkly comic tale of manners (without the manners), and a biting look at the madness of the holidays compose the 42nd season of the Arkansas Rep! 875 palabras más


Happy Birthday, Carson McCullers

“Maybe when people longed for a thing that bad the longing made them trust in anything that might give it to them.” – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter,  115 palabras más


The We of Me - Carson McCullers week continues

Don’t we long to be fully engaged?  I’ve checked in with Carson McCullers a couple of times this week on the occasion of her 100th birthday.   471 palabras más