Month: December 2018

Poems by Elizabeth Bishop

a bookclique pick by Vicky Waldthausen I recently met Elizabeth Bishop. Not met, of course. But still, I feel her handshake, and I can’t seem to let her go. It is a handshake I want to remember. I’m surprised I’ve made it through this much of […]

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His Favorites by Kate Walbert

a bookclique pick by Rhoda Flaxman “But you may have a past already? The darkest ones come early.”-Willa Cather Kate Walbert’s His Favorites is a first-person account of a young woman who looks back at her adolescent experience at a Massachusetts boarding school in the […]

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