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Bayou Pages

Book Review by Meredith McKinnie “A certain feeling comes from throwing your good life away, and it is one part rapture. Innocence was no part of this. She knew her own recklessness and marveled, really, at how one hard little flint of thrill could outweigh the pillowy, suffocating aftermath of a lon...
Book Review by Meredith McKinnie “In great misfortunes, people want to be alone. They have a right to be. And the misfortunes that occur within one are the greatest. Surely the saddest thing in the world is falling out of love–if one has ever fallen in.”  The professor St. Peter Godfrey is high...
Review by Meredith McKinnie “The thought became clear and clean: it would take just some small strokes of pen to transfer these doodled drafts onto the official blue index cards and he could pepper the dictionary with false entries. Thousands of them- cuckoos-in-the-nest, changeling words, easily ove...