Melinda Lewis has a PhD in American Culture Studies. She knows more celebrity gossip than basic math and watches too much television.
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Poetry on the Podium Should writing poems be an Olympic event?
— K. Stevenson
I’m glad you asked that. I’ve been thinking of something similar for a long time. I don’t think that poetry should be an […]
No Picnic If my life is indeed a picnic, like the cliche says, I’d argue that it’s specifically a late-1800s picnic – stressful, frequently overpacked, and requiring me to wake up a lot earlier than […]
The Postmodern Phenomenon
January 2013 marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. I’ve been reading P&P (as those of us on intimate terms with the work sometimes […]