From the February, 2014 issue
Paisley Rekdal has never been afraid of the big themes, the overpowering issues. I remember a Hopwood Award-winning essay she wrote back in the 1990s, when she was in graduate school at U-M--"We do not live here; we are only visitors." It became the opening of her first book, The Night My Mother Met Bruce Lee, a collection of personal essays about growing
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