Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 31

Weekend Reading: Snowmaggedon SE Edition

By Erin E. Templeton It’s not news to remark on the wildly inconsistent weather patterns that have played across the United States (and much of the rest of the world) this winter. In the last week alone here in South Carolina–where I live–the temperature has fluctuated from 9

Jan 11

In Honor of Sam: Remarks for MLA14 (UCLA Reception)

What follows are the remarks I made for my friend Sam at the UCLA reception at MLA in January 2014. Like many, most–perhaps even all of you in attendance, words are my craft, my life. And words fail on this occasion. What is there to say? Too much. Not enough. . . Sam See was… Continue Reading In Honor of Sam: Remarks for MLA14 (UCLA Reception)