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Sitting Atop the Toilet: A Moment When No Other Moments Matter

    Sitting Atop the Toilet: A Moment When No Other Moments Matter

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Los Angeles The second floor restroom of the college (that I shall not name) smelled like human waste mixed with the juice of crushed wild berries. A

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Bound & Gagged: Be Wary of Bad Signs

    Bound & Gagged: Be Wary of Bad Signs

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Los Angeles I was nearly run off the road by an ambulance tearing down the street and hogging the center line. Its big black wheels rolled merrily

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Bloomsday, One Day Late

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE North Dakota A hack of a writer wrote a piece about his five favorite lines (and passages) from James Joyce’s Ulysses. Since Bloomsday was yesterday (the 16th

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From the Joyce

Dear Dirty America comes from one of my very favorite novels. Ulysses. Written by a man you might have heard of. James Joyce. In the famous “Journalism” chapter, one of the

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