Posts Tagged: Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

On this April Morning

Yesterday, I put off writing a blog post because I wasn’t sure what to say.  After a week that included the Boston Marathon bombings, the terrifying manhunt that shut down Boston, and a massive fertilizer plant explosion, it felt wrong to post about the relatively mundane details of teaching or writing.  And yet who am… Read more »

Why I [Fill in the Blank]

It’s always interesting to me that I can read the same book at different times and notice very different things about it.  Recently, I began reading Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian for at least the third time.  I first read it several years ago, then read it with my eighth… Read more »