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Maurice Manning's poetry lecture...

...was ARGH-sum!


I arrived at Warren Wilson College's Fellowship Hall a few minutes early and waited for the earlier session to conclude. First one out the door was none other than Steve Orlen. I wonder if he read my prediction? More interesting, how did he make it from the front row of a packed hall to be the first one out into the bright, cold morning? He looked at me fidgeting with my gloves. As he fished a cigarette out of its package he told me I should put the gloves away and get in there so I won't miss the lecture. I smiled, said thanks and headed into the bustling hall.

I'll provide highlights from Maurice Manning's poetry lecture later. Gotta get my mind back into work mode. Just discovered that after two rounds of proofreading the word "foreword" was misspelled on a manuscript that is en route to the printer. ARGH. So much for quality control. Then again, I've been looking at this manuscript for months and it wouldn't surprise me if the author's name is misprinted.

Did any of ya'll out there make it to Maurice's lecture?

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