Fields of Blood (2014) by Karen Armstrong & Is Religion the Cause of All Major Wars?
Oracle Bones (2006) by Peter Hessler & the Tears of Regret for the Poet Chen Mengjia
The Catcher in the Rye (1951) by J.D. Salinger
Holden is a grieving young man unable to cope with his brother’s death and much like Quentin Compson in The Sound and the Fury, we watch a sixteen-year-old Holden as he indirectly contemplates suicide over the course of a few days.
Richard Blanco Says ~ A Poem of Redaction ~
Expert Poets: Emerson and Whitman
The Greensboro Review: Fall 2013, Issue 94 (Price $8.00 usd) & the NC-Greensboro Syndrome
The University of North Carolina – Greensboro’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing publishes a poetry and fiction review called The Greensboro Review. I happened to read the Fall 2013, Number 94 issue, having received a copy only because I paid a small fee to have my own fiction submitted to the review.