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“The issue of who the cultural arbiters are” –December 8, 2002

Some weeks ago Globe columnist Alex Beam — one of the few remaining and diminishing reasons justifying that newspaper’s contribution to deforestation — mentioned in passing that a particular novel was “lyrical and under appreciated.” Which immediately got me to thinking about how many novels are adequately appreciated, or even what that would mean. Then […]

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Elizabeth Inness-Brown

Elizabeth Inness-Brown

“I think maybe the thing that enabled me to write a novel in the end was the computer.”

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