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A really rich life
Bruce Rutledge
August 22, 2020

We are launching an environmental imprint
Bruce Rutledge
August 3, 2020

Announcing our autobiographical novel writing contest
Bruce Rutledge
July 24, 2020

Discover Nikkei reviews Persimmon and Frog
Bruce Rutledge
May 13, 2020

For Ellis
David Rutledge
April 9, 2020

A Review of The Italian Barrel, 1240 Decatur
David Rutledge
March 30, 2020

Report from the French Quarter
David Rutledge
March 25, 2020

A Vida Count of Our Very Own
Tracy Wang
October 25, 2017

Bookshelves: the Ideal, the DIY, and the Real Life
Emmaline Cotter
June 5, 2017

Eggnog, Hot Cider, Mulled Wine, and What Else?
Jin Chang
December 15, 2016

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Week of Literary Love: Holden Caulfield
Dandi Meng
9 February, 2015

{In celebration of Valentine's Day, we'll be spending the week imagining what the dating profiles of various literary characters would look like. Here to kick off the festivities is the ever-divisive Holden Caulfield!}

 

 

My Self-Summary:

I'm not going to tell you my whole goddamn autobiography, alright?

 

What I’m doing with my life:

Catching children in the rye—you know, the usual.

 

I’m really good at:

Being relatable to angsty high school students in English class.

 

The first thing people usually notice about me:

My sunny disposition, what do you think you lousy bastard?

 

The six things I could never do without:

Nothing. You know what I could do without? Phonies. Lousy, goddamn, good-for-nothing phonies.

 

I spend a lot of time thinking about:

Where the goddamn ducks go in the winter.

 

The most private thing I’m willing to admit:

I don’t even like ducks.

 

I’m looking for:

The ducks. Seriously, where did they go?

 



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