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Mothers & Others

Reflection by Mary E. Latela, August 6, 2017 I remember hearing, at one of those academic cocktail parties: There are two kinds of women, those who love children and those who do not love them. I think this is too … Continue reading

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The Price I Paid for Being a Writer

Reflection by Mary E Latela, @LatelaMary, November 6, 2016 I began to write seriously because I had a wonderful English teacher in the eighth grade, the late Elizabeth Connellan. Besides all the readings and memorizing vocabulary, our teacher emphasized good … Continue reading

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Bookends NYTimes 10/18/15

Mary E. Latela @LatelaMary Adam Kirsch and James Parker argue whether writers should aim forĀ  timelessness or for “this moment in time,” the moment presence, which will bring timelessness as a by-product. Both perspectives miss the point. A writer writes. … Continue reading

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