This my notebook for everything else—amongst other things, you will find attempts at close reading, some navel-gazing, and all my other loves.
Dive into our exploration of famous poems about rain, from Joy Harjo's celebration of life to Louise Glück's meditation on love.
And in a mishmash of clichés, here’s the lesson I keep on teaching myself as I grow older: that it is more important to be kind than to be right.
So many of Mary Oliver's poems are about surrender, or coming to the very point of breaking, of being broken.
Published in 1984, The Lover by Marguerite Duras is a novel about her childhood and experience living in French-colonial Indochine.