Nobel Dylan

by Gordon Ball

In the fall of 1996 I was one of at least half a dozen professors, U.S. & U.K., including poet Allen Ginsberg, who nominated Bob Dylan for the Nobel Prize in Literature. I persisted in doing so annually for a … Continue reading

Breaking the News

by Rebecca McClanahan

She has that look on her face again: the etched brow, the tight mouth. She is trying to work something out in her mind, a mind that travels I know not where. But I know what my mother is about … Continue reading