Why Writers Should Teach High School
Many writers spend years looking for the light at the end of the adjunct tunnel. I took another route: teaching high school.
Rosary beads and religion
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Nick Ripatrazone has written for Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, The Paris Review, and Esquire, and is on staff at The Millions. His latest book is Ember Days, stories. Twitter: @nickripatrazone
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