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Read fiction by Attention to the Unseen on June 17, 2013 Pacific Standard : Are you uncomfortable with ambiguity?...The compulsion to quell that unease can inspire snap judgments, rigid thinking, and bad decision-making. Fortunately, new research
Published April 14, 2013 FoxNews.com It was a life-shifting question from South African social right activist and Anglican Bishop Desmond Tutu inviting me to tell him about my life Not what you've done, but who you are. No one had ever asked me
Arts Event Dec 11, 2012 In the final SF Film Society KinoTek event of 2012, filmmaker Kota Ezawa and writer Kenneth Goldsmith share new works at the Kadist Art Foundation.
A Working Theory of Love Dec 10, 2012 Scott Hutchins, a Truman Capote Fellow in the Wallace Stegner Program at Stanford, reads a passage from his debut A Working Theory of Love . (Running Time: 15:56) Settled back into the San Francisco singles scene
I wouldn't imagine we could have expected any more than what we got in "Katie" ("Odd mix of soft questions, hard sell," Wednesday). There was probably no reason to be miffed at the lightweight quality. A few decades ago the likes of talk-show hosts
Story While prairie historian Candace Savage makes no reference to Freud in A Geography of Blood , an engrossing and unexpectedly page-turning account of day trips in (and research about) sparsely populated southwestern Saskatchewan, motifs of trauma,
Wallace Stegner's writing studio in Los Altos Hills will be saved from demolition. But it won't be saved in a way that will do the public any good. The cottage will be moved to a remote corner of the property, where it will sit unseen except by its
03 am I Always Wondered When and How It Was Going to End Posted by Jonathan Kirsch Follow JewishJournal.com on Philip L...Fradkin, who was alerting his friends and colleagues to the diagnosis of a fatal disease that seemed likely to end his life.
Fradkin, a pioneering environmental journalist and historian who attached himself to Western themes as varied as Wallace Stegner , Wells Fargo and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, died Saturday at his home in Point Reyes Station ...As recently as
To his great surprise, Justin Torres's debut novel We the Animals (Granta) caught the imagination of the literary world when it came out in the US last autumn. Based on his own childhood, the novel tells of an impoverished family living in upstate