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Woodlief, Tony

The Gratitude Inoculation

By Woodlief on Monday, February 5, 2018 I’ve not been what you would call a grateful person. The truth is, for most of my life I’ve been a...

Ten stories you can read if you don’t like men with hairy bellies and cats

A lot of people are talking about a short story in The New Yorker right now. A short story. If you care at all about writing and literature and...

Ten stories you can read if you don’t like men with hairy bellies and cats

A lot of people are talking about a short story in The New Yorker right now. A short story. If you care at all about...

A note about the end

I used to write much more about my children, but they’re growing despite my best efforts to conserve groceries, and they’re online in their...

Finding friends between the covers

So institutions are crumbling, right? The fabric of shared culture is threadbare, and our intellectual class is what you’d expect were you to put...

Hammering art

They say all great men have a morning routine, so I figured I ought to rush right out and get me one of those....

The soil of the heart

By Woodlief on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 I don’t know much about Harvey Weinstein, but I now bear more information about him than I ever...

Laugh tracks in the dust: “Not Our World Series Champions”

Whew! Talk about a weather extremes. I’ve spoken often about the yo-yo weather in the Flint Hills. Well, recently we’ve seen roller-coaster weather in...

That malt shop in the sky

Of all the reasons to cry, the “Beauty School Dropout” number from Grease probably shouldn’t make my list. Yet here I sit, surreptitiously mashing...

A Word for Those Who Would Draw Near to Grief

An electric wire runs through her, scalp to sole, and this grief has stripped it bare. His despair inhabits him, and inside he is...
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