Business | Tracy K. Smith’s Work Diary: The ‘Nonstop Rush’ of a Poet Laureate Sections Skip to content Skip to site index like a boss What, you thought it was all iambic pentameter and chamomile tea? Tracy K. Smith is one of the most successful, celebrated and productive writers in her field today. Credit Credit Krista Schlueter for The New York Times Supported by As told toAlexandra Alter Jan. 24, 2019 Poets, in the popular imagination, are solitary figures who spend long quiet hours in isolation, waiting for inspiration to strike. In reality, they’re more likely rushing to faculty meetings, digging out from under unanswered emails and maybe — if they’re lucky — squeezing in an hour of reading or writing. Tracy K. Smith, one of the most successful, celebrated and productive writers in her field today, is intimately familiar with the daily struggle between creativity and the … [Read more...] about Tracy K. Smith’s Work Diary: The ‘Nonstop Rush’ of a Poet Laureate
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0 Have your say Two high school friends have been cast as brothers who run over and kill an old man on their way home from a wedding in a TV thriller spearheading the drama line-up on the new BBC Scotland channel. Line of Duty star Mark Bonnar and Game of Thrones actor Jamie Sives, who were at Edinburgh’s Leith Academy together, will appeear on screen together in the first drama to be commissioned for the £32 million channel, which will launch at the end of next month. They will play panicked siblings desperately trying to cover their tracks in Guilt, which has been written by Neil Forsyth, the creator of the hit radio and TV comedy Bob Servant.The four-part drama, set in the Capital, is the first drama commission to be announced for the digital channel, which has a budget of £32 million and will launch on 24 February. It will also show The Grey Area, a drama about “a young rapper, a burnt-out addict and a teenage misfit” made by … [Read more...] about High school friends cast as brothers in TV thriller on new BBC Scotland channel
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Bob Wojnowski The Detroit News Published 10:08 PM EDT Sep 13, 2018 Of all the great traditions in college football, few are as cherished as September games featuring 35-0 halftime scores, perhaps topped only by September games featuring 42-0 halftime scores. They serve as healthy reminders that big programs need frosted pastries to boost their self-esteem, and small programs need dough to buy locker room towels and shampoo. But can we be honest here, just for a paragraph or two? These cross-class clashes can get a little tedious. Most people prefer the drama of an overhyped ranked team having its season “ruined” by another overhyped ranked team, right? Instead, we get all these inflated, pre-determined outcomes. Sheesh, look at some of the ridiculous halftime scores just last week. Alabama 40, Arkansas State 0. Ohio State 35, Rutgers 0. Michigan 35, Western Michigan 0. Auburn 42, Alabama State 2. Virginia Tech 38, William and Mary combined 7. Michigan State 3, … [Read more...] about Wojo’s Pigskin Picks: Michigan football wants no cure for blowout fever