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“What remains in the aftermath of emotional tragedy is worth claiming”: In conversation with Keetje Kuipers

Jonathan Plays in the Key of E Which makes me weep. Which makes me press my face into the bear skin rug. Makes me remember my body’s shadow crossing the shallows of the lake. Could I touch bottom? Reach the lowest point and find my footing there? Around me, everything divines a way of making

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July 28, 2014

Aren’t I funny and literary?: A conversation with Matt Batt

About my adulthood: I have too many degrees and didn’t own a toolbox until age thirty.  About my recent past: My wife, Karma, and I purchased our first home in 2012, a bungalow in outer Southeast Portland, after sharing a one-bedroom apartment with our dog, Ingrid, and saving every extra dollar.   Perhaps it is

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February 15, 2013

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