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Honoring the art - Ferris State Torch

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Honoring the art  Ferris State Torch

In honor of Celtic culture, Ferris history junior Abigale Mumby took herself out of musical retirement to play traditional Irish music on her violin. Inspired by the ...

Hanif Abdurraqib and Morgan Parker Chat Poetry and Blackness in Ame…

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  • Posted 19th April 2019, 4:43 pm
Hanif Abdurraqib and Morgan Parker Chat Poetry and Blackness in America  VICE

By now, you should know about Morgan Parker—she's a tour de force in the world of poetry, author of the collections Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up at ...

How Animals Humanize and Sanctify? - Greater Kashmir

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  • Posted 17th April 2019, 3:23 pm
How Animals Humanize and Sanctify?  Greater Kashmir

Understanding Some Forgotten Lessons in Relationship with Animals in Traditional Cultures in general and Kashmiri Culture in particular. Muhammad Maroof ...

April 17, 2019 - Arts Etc. - The International Examiner

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  • Posted 17th April 2019, 3:00 am
April 17, 2019 - Arts Etc.  The International Examiner

The Factory presents “HONEY”, a solo exhibition by Mari Nagaoka on view until May 2, 2019. It presents portraits of queer folx within their community who were ...

The Story of a Queer European Refugee Who Insists on Self-Invention…

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  • Posted 15th April 2019, 3:00 am
The Story of a Queer European Refugee Who Insists on Self-Invention  The New Yorker

Garth Greenwell reviews Pajtim Statovci's “Crossing,” which belongs to a literary tradition in which identity is seen as fluid and performative.

The myths, legends and folk stories about the origins of Freebrough…

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  • Posted 14th April 2019, 3:00 am
The myths, legends and folk stories about the origins of Freebrough Hill - but what is it?  Gazette Live

From man-made burial grounds to King Arthur's final resting place, Teessiders have come up with - and been told - plenty of folk tales.

Francesca Simon on 25 years of Horrid Henry’s rudeness - Financial…

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  • Posted 5th April 2019, 3:00 am
Francesca Simon on 25 years of Horrid Henry’s rudeness  Financial Times

The children's author on writing westerns for children, inspiration in Wodehouse and why kids should read what they want.

Humble roots form Nobel ideas - ecns

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  • Posted 4th April 2019, 3:44 am
Humble roots form Nobel ideas  ecns

Mo Yan's rural upbringing has informed much of his literary oeuvre. In a recent interview with Gong Ziming, he discusses his journey and pursuit of inspiration.

Two Malaysians Author YA Fiction With A Feminist, Folkloric Twist -…

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  • Posted 2nd April 2019, 3:00 am
Two Malaysians Author YA Fiction With A Feminist, Folkloric Twist  Star2.com

'The Principal Girl: Feminist Tales From Asia', Malaysia's first feminist young adult publication, offers 18 stories about strong women who will inspire a new ...

30 best children's books: From Artemis Fowl to Peter Rabbit - Gulf…

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  • Posted 1st April 2019, 3:00 am
30 best children's books: From Artemis Fowl to Peter Rabbit  Gulf Today

Everybody will remember the book that made them laugh and cry, the one that they turn to again and again.


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