Monthly Archives: February 2014

Stories about the Presidents

It was my privilege to hear two great lectures about Presidents on this President’s Day. My friend and colleague, John Willis, spoke in McGrory Hall on the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee campus early in the morning while around lunchtime, the Pulitzer Prize-winning … Continue reading

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Guest Blog! M. K. Hammond, Turnings with Tennessee Williams

A little over two years ago, I published an essay called “Property of Tennessee Williams” in Humanities, the journal of the National Endowment of the Humanities.  My friend, the author M. K. Hammond, sent me her thoughts on the poem, … Continue reading

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