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Shel Silverstein was an iconoclast but he was disciplined, particularly about his work, which always came first. He developed some...
Shel Silverstein
Shel Silverstein’s thoughts on . . . Fashion: “Who is this ‘they’ and what difference does it make what they’re wearing? I’ll wear what I...
snowman
M enemsha was all hunkered down ’Twas quiet like all Chilmark town In winter when it’s cold — and snow Is falling as all folk do know...
Katrina Volunteers More than two years after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, volunteers still are cleaning up and rebuilding areas...
The overwhelming response to the Spice of Life Memoir Organization and Writing course taught by Susan Klein last spring has prompted the...
The Chilmark Library will hold a big used books sale, just in time for holiday shopping. Great bargains — hardcovers, books on tape and...
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The disclaimer found at the front of political novels is generally trivial boilerplate. It implies that the novelist, or his publisher at...
Copper
A copper-white streak across the field, Darting through dunes, power to wield . . . A Brittany spaniel at home on the moors Not of...
Hungarian-Canadian author and sailor Ferenc Mate, author of The Hills of Tuscany, the critically acclaimed A Reasonable Life, and two books...

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