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John Leavitt is a writer and artist. He lives in New York City.
Like other gourds / chayote has a sprawling habit / and should only be planted if / there is plenty of room in the / garden.
My radio was playing, and Angel was on my mind. Sammy Schultz and me were stacking hay down on the Harper place.
Emile was a paralegal. He knew he’d be a lawyer someday, he’d move up and become a lawyer, with his own office and. . .
Scholars have stepped away from our public role just as the pressures allied against our institutions mounted.
The American beef industry was built on the back of centuries of exploitation.
For a long time, Ireland has represented a magical place for a particular type of Catholic conservative.