Me and Don Quixote

June 30, 2022 | Rebekah Flovin

My grandfather lived on a farm in the middle of the West Texas Panhandle. For most of my life, I thought the nearest town to him was Hereford, until Mom pointed out a smaller, closer town. In any event, Hereford’s hard enough to find on a...

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The Other Inflation

June 16, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Inflation is a thing right now, and a pretty serious one. But let’s talk about another kind of inflation that’s likewise on my mind right now: awards ceremony inflation. I get it, and I’m not really complaining about it. More...

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A Peace that Passes Through Ambient Trauma

June 9, 2022 | Jim Angehr

If anyone ever tells you that Jim Angehr isn’t more fun than a barrel of monkeys, just click through to the first installment of this two-part blog post! Alas, for those of you that have read last week’s dispatch, it wasn’t a...

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In an Age of Ambient Trauma

June 2, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Fiction is good for you! Even if we find ourselves in the age of Peak TV, there’s still something singularly satisfying about getting lost in a book. It’s time to get our poolside reading mojo working! Here’s a recommendation...

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The Holes in Things

May 26, 2022 | Jim Angehr

(Programming note #1: this blog entry, which will consider some of the ramifications of the shooting in Uvalde, TX, on 5/24/22, is intended as a follow up to some of my thoughts recorded and posted previously to our YouTube page.) (Programming...

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