My Blog Week: July 1 to July 7

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Sunday, A Figure from the Common Lot‘s Chapter Three, “Peas in a Pod”, came to its conclusion, as morning arrived and Richard brought his memories back to the present dilemma; Monday, “The Cook” (part one), a Fairy Realm poem that appears in Mystery PlaysTuesday, the pentultimate “Are You Adaptable”, in which Beloye forgets she’s wearing Stenner’s jacket; Wednesday, a new poem, “You’ve Lost Me”; Thursday, a new Assorted Opinions, weighing the question of how such sturdy hatreds can be sown in the minds of people who continue to like themselves; Thursday, also, the week’s installment of La Catastrophe de la Martinique, in which Hess describes the active crater and offers his own sketches. Friday, Yoharie returned, with Jeremiah Hibbler’s view of things, the arrival in the neighborhood of Todwillow, Hibbler’s worries about, and growing estrangement from, his daughters. On Wednesday and Saturday, the nineteenth and twentieth episodes of Hammersmith.
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My Blog Week: July 1 to July 6


A Figure from the Common Lot: Peas in a Pod (part eight)
July 1

True West: Ranges on the Range


Are You Adaptable (part five)
July 3

Washington Post: 6 Foods to eat for a mood boost


You’ve Lost Me (poem)
July 4

Poetry Foundation: Afaa Michael Weaver, “The Ancestors Explain How Envy Grew”


Assorted Opinions: Hate for You, Hate for Me
July 5

BBC Future: Lies, propaganda, and fake news…


La Catastrophe de la Martinique: twelve
July 5 Charles Burchfield


Yoharie: Neighborhood Watch (part one)
July 6

Cook the Story: Grilled Peach and Watermelon Kebobs





New Old Posts


The Cook: part one (poem)
July 2

Mystery Plays: Buy Book


Autocratic Mysteries: Hammersmith (nineteen)
July 4

The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation: Immigration Timeline


Pour Some Gravy On: Hammersmith (twenty)
July 7

Smithsonian: Secret societies you might not know



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