Tu te testes, merci!
Tu te testes mais pas trop non plus!
Mais ca marche non?
- bullet 1
- is dead
Originally posted on In Present Tense: Assay's Blog:
Randon Billings Noble is an essayist. Her work has appeared in the Modern Love column of The New York Times; Brain, Child; The Georgia Review; Shenandoah; The Rumpus; Brevity; Fourth Genre and elsewhere. She is a nonfiction editor at r.kv.r.y quarterly, Reviews Editor at PANK, and a reviewer for The A.V. Club. You can read more of her work at www.randonbillingsnoble.com.
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I like to write letters. I like addressing the envelope, picking out a stamp that fits the…
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