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Triptych: Kristine Shorey’s “Betrayals”:

Hi Readers, As I said in the post The Triptych: How I finally learned to finish a piece (and how you might too), I’ve been teaching my memoir students the triptych form over the last few years.  During the first … Continue reading

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Triptych: Elizabeth Corcoran Murray’s “Convenience”

Hi Readers, As I said in the original post about the triptych, I’ve been teaching my memoir students the triptych form over the last few years.  During the first drafts, I encourage writers to use a one-word title that announces … Continue reading

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The Triptych: Abigail Carter’s Dating 101

Hi Readers, As I said in the original post about the triptych, I’ve been teaching my memoir students the triptych form over the last few years.  During the first drafts, I encourage writers to use a one-word title that announces … Continue reading

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The Triptych: Susan Bruzas’ “Birth”

Hi Readers, As I said in the original post about the triptych, I’ve been teaching my memoir students the triptych form over the last few years.  During the first drafts, I encourage writers to use a one-word title that announces … Continue reading

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The Triptych: Natalie Singer’s “A Kingdom Like No Other”

  A Kingdom Like No Other By Natalie Singer We bounce down the red and twisted road, planetary peaks and mesas whizzing by, sun glinting. Abandoned trailers lean; a bony cow blinks us on. I glance sideways at him, elbow … Continue reading

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The Triptych: How I Finally Learned to Finish a Piece (and how you might too)

As I’ve written before, my twenties were filled with the vague sense of wanting to be a writer, a sort of hunch that I really was a writer, and notebooks full of false starts.  It was a very odd station … Continue reading

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