a true American psychological mystery
But we were writers, too, and that made us the ultimate outsiders, because we were the only writers in the whole place who didn’t get to play and learn…
Some of these book got fantastic reviews and are so bad I feel like people need to be warned against reading them.
And a book, that was the bright line, the stark, objective division between real writers and me. 
We don’t know the details of the disentanglings. They no longer matter to anyone in the story at this late date; they no longer matter to the story…
But there’s something weird about Chaucer, something that doesn’t fit
Embarrassed that I did this decade-long fool’s errand and proud that I did it, I did it.
But I want, I have a desire, to be peer-reviewed. Like, to belong. 
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Reckless Chants
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Jessie Lynn McMains
Cafeteria Duty
Cafeteria Duty
Cafeteria Duty
Philosophy bear
Philosophy bear
Philosophy bear

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