One Week Later, The Basics Sound Great  

Posted by Mariano in , , , ,

I'm about one week from having submitted my applications and now my days are filled with ordinary language. Below is my reflection about leaving a world dominated by standards set by the greats of literature and judged by committees, and returning to a world of the most basic language learning which I have not visited in well past a decade.  

I used one of the 1,00o sheets of  yellow Luster Duplex onion skin-paper that I also rescued from certain demise or recycle. What was that? It's two sheets of fused or laminated into a single sheet of paper, that has one sheen side one mat side, and is very thin. It was great for making fancy carbon copies with typewriters back in the day. 

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I love these typecasts. Do keep us informed on your search for the perfect MFA program - fingers crossed!

July 3, 2009 at 8:04 AM

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