Tag Archives: New Yorker

  1. Tragic Micro Fiction Inspired by “For Sale: Baby Shoes, Never Worn”

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    August 20, 2015 by carolinetanski

    The New Yorker daily shout from Tuesday, the 18th speaks to so many universal experiences. “The sunburn never became a …
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  2. “Excerpts from Philosophers’ Breakup Letters Throughout History”

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    June 12, 2015 by carolinetanski

    From a couple of days ago, the New Yorker takes us inside some notable breakups of prominent philosophers. “One day …
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  3. Gerald Stern in the New Yorker


    October 2, 2014 by carolinetanski

    In the October 6th issue of the The New Yorker you will find a poem by Gerald Stern, whom I …
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  4. Missed Connections for A-holes

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    July 11, 2014 by carolinetanski

    This is what 90% of my internal commentary sounds like.

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