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Alcohol & One Writer’s Boyhood

By M. J. Moore          In his short story “Just Like the Girl” (with its sardonic epigram being a line from an old 1890s ditty: “I want a girl, just like the girl that married dear old dad . . .”), author James Jones dramatized a deeply upsetting series of...

Maya Mercer: Transcending Tarnished Innocence

Art has always been a way for people to express the need for social justice. Maya Mercer uses her artistic abilities to help one group in particular–the teenagers wrought by class struggle in her rural neighborhood. Often left ignored, Mercer employs art to demonstrate their innocence tarnished by struggle, aiming to bring attention to...

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