Monthly Archives: April 2013

Best Worst Year: Episode 20 (Or, April in Paris, PA)

By James Warner Waking up in the Electric City–with its crooked halo and gambler’s luck–seems to suit me. I am cotton mouthed, but for once, undertired. For Scranton, this week feels like a season under the midnight sun–possibly because I … Continue reading

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Easy Math by Lauren Shapiro (A Review)

By Erik Kennedy Sarabande Books 64pgs. | $14.95 It is easier to discuss a book of poems if it is socially engaged. After all, even the dullest people have the full range of human feelings, but maybe a poet is … Continue reading

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3 Writerly Do’s and Don’t’s Gleaned from J.J. Abrams’ ALIAS

By Amy Lee Scott In an effort to catch up with all the pop culture I missed during the decade I was without a television, I am now semi-professionally binge-watching old shows. Hence, Alias. Though I was still living at home with an … Continue reading

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