“Epistle” by Li-Young Lee

Of wisdom, splendid columns of light waking sweet foreheads, I know nothing but what I’ve glimpsed in my most hopeful daydreams. Of a world without end, amen, I know nothing, but what I sang of once with others, all of us standing in the vaulted room. But there is wisdom in the hour in whichContinue reading ““Epistle” by Li-Young Lee”

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Bookish Links — June 2016

As part of the “Shakespeare Lives” festivities, the British Council launched a new feature on their site called “Mix the Play.” Basing this feature around Act 3, Scene 1 of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you choose how the scene will look and sound and the site returns a video of that scene performed as youContinue reading “Bookish Links — June 2016”

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