James Polchin teaches writing at NYU and is the founder and editor of the site Writing in Public.
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Toss Around the Ol’ Pigskin? Making too much of the gender divide is outmoded nowadays, and yet there are areas where the division still holds. One is the area of narrative. Women like it; men don’t. Granted, if you […]
Going the Right Way Sitting at yet another job interview for an NGO, the question arises again. After hearing it repeatedly over the past three months, I am prepared for it.
“But, what are you doing in […]
Excerpts from Søren Kierkegaard’s Repetition They show farces in the Königstädter Theatre. The people who gather
there are thus naturally very diverse. He who would study the pathology
of laughter in a variety of estates and […]