Jonathan Carroll’s Bathing the Lion: A Response to a Harsh Review

Laura Browning’s review of Jonathan Carroll’s Bathing the Lion for the A.V. Club, “Bathing the Lion Ruins a Great Premise,” leaves me with seriously mixed feelings. On the one hand, I’m glad Carroll is getting reviewed in a major outlet. On the other … Continue reading Jonathan Carroll’s Bathing the Lion: A Response to a Harsh Review

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Millennial College Students Seem Comfortable with Risk

Originally posted on Finding My College:
Recent volatility in the stock market is a reminder that people handle risks differently. Some people wouldn’t dream of investing in equities and subjecting their capital to potential principal loss. Others are high flyers, routinely putting markers down on stocks with high potential on the upside as well as the downside. Others run scared at the first sign of trouble. Others stay the course, grounded in a long-term perspective (or inertia is some cases). Beyond our individual investment philosophies and strategies, there are many decisions in life that test our appetite for risk. Indeed,… Continue reading Millennial College Students Seem Comfortable with Risk

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A Taxonomy of Feedback…

I had a great time the first week of October workshopping poetry and creative non-fiction with other writers at the St. Augustine Writer’s Conference hosted by Connie May Fowler. The best things I heard there, in no particular order: Sascha … Continue reading A Taxonomy of Feedback…

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