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Matt Madden's 99 Ways to Tell a Story (2005)

BOOKS ARE NOT PRODUCTS: Reflections on Reading Bad Reviews of Classic Books On-Line

Prokofiev’s Symphonies: A Cycle for the Ages?

Precusors to Comics: The Art of Franz Masereel

"I thought myself very rich in Subjects": Re-Reading Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

The Forgotten Russian: The Music of Anton Rubinstein

Rutu Modan's The Property (2013), translated by Jessica Cohen

Should Literature Professors Write Fiction?

The Book of White: Reading T.H. White's The Once and Future King

"This Class Would Be Just Perfect Without All the Students!" (and other complaints of the novice professor)

My First Novel is Free This Monday-Wednesday on Amazon

“Classical” Film Scores: Inspiring the “Wild and Wanton Herd"

Vaughan-Williams: the Greatest Symphonist You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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Review of Oathtaker: Writing Fantasy From the Outside

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Why Bother With Classical Music? A Brief Q & A Defense:

Preview of The Astrologer's Portrait

A Brief Defense of Fantasy Literature

The Universal Particular: Turgenev's Fathers and Sons

Berlioz and the Orchestra of the 21st Century

“Neither for me honey nor the honey bee”: Reading Sappho’s Fragments

Science Fiction as Metaphor: Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go

Forgotten Composers, Part 4: Arnold Bax

“To paint, without knowing what the thing one saw actually was”: Cristoph Heinrich’s Monet

Shakespeare as Music: Adaptation or Expansion (or something else)?

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What the$#$#!@!@!! Is Young Adult Literature, Anyway?