Monthly Archives: August 2014

What happened to our pitchers?

RECENTLY I CAME ACROSS an ad in the newspaper for a machine-pitched baseball league for children. (Of course it’s for children. Adults have human-pitched baseball leagues and senior citizens play bingo.) Anyway, it got me wondering – once again – … Continue reading

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Separate bodies

The ambiguity of literature may create questions that lead to answers. Earlier today I posted an excerpt from “Villanelle for D.G.B.” by Marilyn Hacker. I’m far too lazy to look up the source of this poem’s anguish. I’m too old … Continue reading

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