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Stamp out starving writers, buy their books!


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Scribal Error

ow we must apologize for our mistake.  One of our underpaid scribes, pictured at the left,  copied the wrong version of a poem which we then posted a short while ago. We had asked the writer for permission, and we received permission.  But our ink-stained wretch copied an early version instead of the final published text. The poem is “The Classics So Far by Marilyn Robertson, and you can read the published version  by clicking on the title.

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Tim Carmody, in his excellent piece, "How Haiti Became Poor", notes that President Trump's racist policies and vulgar language have sullied the word "shithole" which used to be one of the all-time great swear words. He's right. It's another terrible power this careless President wields.