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I’m so glad I subscribe to Poets & Writers Magazine! This morning I took the latest issue with me on my commute and found much to my delight articles on Edwidge Dandicat, Junot Diaz and Cormac Mccarthy. Check it out here: www.pw.org

I was also inspired. Lately, I’ve been pondering how will I ever be able to follow my dreams and finish my anthopological graduate studies. The program I want to get into at NYU will cost me about 25K a year!

So I decided that maybe I should get a MFA at a city college and then rethink the NYU thing… I’ll keep you guys updated.

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