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Things My Childhood Taught Me #nonfiction #rants

Things My Childhood Taught Me             DISCLAIMER: This essay probably doesn’t have the kind of purposeful ambiguity that makes for good creative nonfiction writing. It is, in other words, probably a bit too straightforward and preachy. But I feel the … Continue reading

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Another Storm of the Century #nonfiction

Another Storm of the Century: A Voice from Tuscaloosa      Back in August of 2005, I sat in my second-floor Baton Rouge apartment and watched Hurricane Katrina swirling over the Gulf of Mexico. The monster storm angled ever closer to … Continue reading

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