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Jorge J Rodríguez V Feb 20
Often, disciplines try to push us into boxes. “This is political, that is religious, the other is racial, etc.” But for people committed to understanding and uncovering of the past, we are engaging questions about life, and life doesn’t always fit into boxes.
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Jon Winokur Feb 22
You get habituated to the process, which is very mysterious, but it’s very much like dreaming. A lot of times I can’t remember where these came from or what it was like to write them because it’s like being in a trance state when I sit down to write. STEPHEN KING
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Tarang Sinha✍ 1h
Sometimes, even predictable (well told, with charming characters) seem interesting. You know what's going to happen, still you want to read to know 'how'! What do you think?
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Jon Winokur 5h
There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell . URSULA K. LEGUIN
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Phil Sledge Feb 23
Rosie is full jumping mode on my
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A George Michael Fan Feb 23
Lovelies! We need 2 lighten things up a bit. There's a segment on a radio show here in the state's called "Tell Me Something Good" ... I enjoy to about & a Please something positive
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Karl Ivan 4h
Remind me to backup my files and photos next time.
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Novelicious 10h
is a vaccine against war.... —Annette Simmons Cheval
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Alex Kazemi Feb 22
Children’s picture books are highly underrated examples of both great design and beautifully simple short writing. Here are a selection of our favourites from over the years bought mostly at stores such as and .
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Nancy Duarte Feb 21
: They're more impactful than facts. They get attention. They get remembered. They change perceptions.
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Bilal 🤝🖤 Feb 14
I left my class after 5 minutes to change cuz I wasn’t feeling da fit
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Celia Powell Feb 22
- Spitballin ideas for Documentaries, does anyone have a story they feel needs to be heard! LET ME KNOW! all ideas are good ideas!
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The Undefeated 4h
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Dr Sophie L Hyde 2m
Spending my day with this from and Kathryn. Normally, the supernatural isn't my thing but, overall, I'm finding this of rather fascinating.
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Folktale Project Feb 22
'Blue Beard' is one of the earliest versions of the Robber Bridegroom , but I have to say that my favorite is Norwegian 'The Sweetheart in The Wood'. What's yours ?
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SJ Charles Feb 20
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Jess Davis Feb 21
Drum roll please for the promised : it's time w ! We're in the industry w LOTS of to tell & to interview. So we're taking over soundwaves near you & our fledgling venture needs a name! So ...
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Homebirth Team at BWC 1h
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Erma Odrach Feb 19
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Kenny Harris Feb 23
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