end of year note

2 thoughts on “end of year note”

  1. John Paul, Congratulations on the publication of your story and on the translations. . It would be interesting to see how your teaching has evolved from the time I took your class. As I recall, I was quite happy with it. I learned from your critiques, discovered writers I hadn’t heard of, read authors I’d been meaning to read but hadn’t (Didion, etc.) Also, I liked your high expectations. It’s always a culture shock taking a day class with so many youngsters not long out of high school. So often seems like they don’t even want to be there–as opposed to night classes where it’s mostly adults who choose to be there. Maybe in a year or so, I’ll try taking another class (so busy in my retirement that seems like I don’t have time for anything anymore). . Wishing you and Deborah a happy holiday and productive and happy New Year. . Gary (and Larry)  

    1. So good to hear from you, Gary. I was off of Facebook for a while and lost contact with some folks. Glad to hear you’re well and busy. Glad to hear about your memories from our class. Hope you’re busy writing/revising.

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