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Letter to SchoolLess #4: A Sense of Where You Are

Letter to SchoolLess #4: A Sense of Where You Are

On Hearing and Listening to Voices and Finding Your Own
"These months are not a blip but a beginning."

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8. The Social Fabric (preliminary outline)

1. My mother, tired on a cold and rainy Sunday night, explaining why she and my father, not particularly social, though not anti-social, beings, were […]

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7. How Things Are Done In Brownstone Brooklyn

I stepped in the other day as a last-minute chaperone for a field trip that SmallerMan’s class took to a Jewish community center to chat, […]

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6. Semi Rules

A couple of outtakes, from one of my favorite Paris Review interviews: “John McPhee, the Art of Nonfiction No. 3,” (or, if you prefer, as […]

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The Right to Be Lazy
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The Right to Be Lazy

Balancing (or trying to) Work & Relaxation
“Parents expect too much from their kids. Their expectations are too specific.”

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Letter to SchoolLess #1: Let Yourself Be Known
Letters to SchoolLess

Letter to SchoolLess #1: Let Yourself Be Known

On Passion, Ambition, and Being
"Respect the superlative! Have some goddamn perspective!"

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Letter to SchoolLess #3: In Sync & On Purpose
Letters to SchoolLess

Letter to SchoolLess #3: In Sync & On Purpose

On Context, Coherence, & Consideration
"Perhaps it is our similarities that Mom finds so infuriating?"

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