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I’ve had a busy six months, but I’m hoping to get back to this blog. I’ll start with a list a resources… I’ve seen several posts on Facebook discussion boards about the difficulty in finding material about Landau-Kleffner Syndrome. ARTICLES: … Continue reading
In The Angel of History, Carolyn Forché writes: “While sleeping, the child vanishes from his life.” I’d like to think this is true for Holden, but it seems like the opposite. Sleep vanishes his life. Because the interictal spikes during … Continue reading
In accordance with my promise for “the raw”–here’s the first draft of a new poem: The Names of Things The woman named her child Holden not because of the book character not because of the soap opera character but because … Continue reading
Goals: 1. To post brief, unrevised entries (except for proofreading—if “unrevised but proofread” confuses you, ask about my writing process) 2. To write about what’s on my mind–not limit it to writing topics. Rationale: My biggest writing block is my … Continue reading