Each year, the Web of Life Foundation sponsors an essay contest looking for the best non-technical English language writing on themes related […]
Why post something that happened three years ago?
In the first place, we never saw this before.
In the second place, actor Garrett Hendricks helped develop “Shock & Awe.” He’s a friend and an excellent artist, and you’ll like what he does with this role.
Thirdly, and most important by far: the problems faced by U.S. veterans returning from deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan continue to weigh heavily on the American spirit.
And what’s being done about it? Not nearly enough.
For Spring semester 2013, Damon returns to teach writing for public intellectuals in the program he initiated last year for […]
What do a dropped book, a freshman in college, and Tiananmen Square have to do with one another? Evidently, quite […]
In the United States, everyone talks about going green, but in other places around the world, sites exist where green […]
Hosted by The Caspersen School of Graduate Studies Arts and Letters Program at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. SENTENCES […]
Damon has started teaching a course on writing to PhD students in History and Culture at Drew University’s Caspersen School […]
On 9/8/11, Alex Smith and Rick Schindler compiled a list of “Five must-read books about 9/11 and its legacy.” I’m […]
Friendgrief.com is a website devoted to the exploration of grief, the grieving process, and the healing we hope takes place […]
“Tower Stories” was mentioned in The New York Times on Friday, August 26, 2011 (“Stories of 9/11Â and its Aftermath” by […]