Richard Jeffrey Newman's Miscellany


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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #120

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #119

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Did I do that?

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Playing with the edit function on my iPad.

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Because I’m tired of looking at the snow.

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When reframing a pitch helps you realize that the pitch itself needs to go to an entirely different publication, and while you’re grateful for that clarity, you’re also a little daunted, because you know the newly framed piece will be harder to write.

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My weekend reading for the last two nights of Chanukah:

Not finished yet. I just got to the kidnapping, but it’s a really good book. You should read it.

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I don’t usually announce the publication of a review I’ve written, but, in light of what I’ve read about the new Israeli government, this is a review of a book of poems by a poet who wholeheartedly endorses what that government stands for. I’ll let the review speak for itself.

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Orchid on the fourth night against the skyline backdrop.

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #118

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #117

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Portal to another dimension

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #116

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First night! Chag Sameach!

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I think I took this is Sweden.

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I don’t remember when or where this picture was taken.

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #115

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I liked these poems by Unoma Azuah in Isele Magazine

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #114

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #113

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From a long time ago: their names were Matisse and Colette.

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #112

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #111

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Bookshelf Juxtapositions #110