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Dog-Related Neighborhood Gossip I've Heard While Walking My Dogs
Applaud Hatefully or Notice Carefully: The Two Types of Period Pieces
We Need A Third Size For Vitamins
What We're Allowed To Say We Know About Venus Figurines
Some Facts About Doggerland
How To Play Sid Meier's Civilization Six
I Can Promise You One Good, Free Thing: Watch "The Tall Target" Sometime
The Best Lines From T.C. Duncan's 1878 "How to Be Plump: Talks on Physiological Feeding"
Let Me Save You Some Time: On Transitioning Like You're Opening A Candy Bar In A Crowded Movie Theater With A Really Loud Wrapper
It Can't Be A Bad Movie If A Wicked Little Man Gets A Straight-Razor Shave
Let Me Save You Some Time: A Field Guide To Avoiding Transition By Family Committee
Guy Who Can't Commit To Plans Because He Thinks The Guys Are Doing Something Later And Wants To Be Free If So
"Don't You Remember, Darling?": The Art of Making Conversation With Your Disoriented Fiancée In The Hospital Before He Gets The Rest of His Memories Back
The Impossible Dream: Barbara Pym and Popular Underdogs
I Know What It Sounds Like But My Liege Lord Just Happens To Be Exemplary In Form and Countenance
If Everyone Talked About Plato's Cave Like They Talk About Atlantis
Who Said It: Jane From "Jane Eyre," or The Dog From "The Call Of The Wild"?
Hypothalamic Panic: Teen Magazine Headlines According to The Current Climate
I'll Tell Ya This For Free: Canned Potatoes
The Stages Of "I'm Really Trying" To Be Cool About Your Transition
Last Year's Himbos Are Responsible For Today's Goblins
Julie & Julia, The Holiday, and The Fried Green Tomatoes Problem
My Audition Packet For The Tonight Show In 1952
Medievalists HATE Him: What Is Your Field's "A World Lit Only By Fire"?
How To Tell If You're In A Folk Horror Film
All The Best Lines From A Fifteen-Year-Old Edition of "Country Life" Magazine
Ongoing Public Conversations About True Crime Where "True Crime" Has Been Replaced By "Murder Ballads"
Plausible-Sounding Aphorisms, In Case You Need To Buy Time In A Conversation
Humor In Cuneiform: A Dog Walks Into A Tavern
An Improvement on the Pomodoro Technique
My Understanding Of Common-Law Marriage Law Based On Years of Watching Television Procedurals
Please Accept My Application To Become A Bog Body
Archaeology Loves An Amateur: The Importance Of Stumbling Upon Artefacts
I'll Tell Ya This For Free: Always Get A Can of Condensed Milk When You Buy A Can of Evaporated Milk and Vice Versa
"At the midpoint of fluorescence and dripping lies effluvium": A Chat With Isaac Fellman About Archives and Vampirism
You're Going To Italy In A Novel By A Non-Italian Writer! Are You Going To Have A Good Time?
Sounds Like A Good Idea: Fresh Servitude and Heaps of Self-Pity
Sounds Like A Good Idea: Hercules Furens and White-Knuckling It, Part I
How To Figure Out You're Gay Or Something ("Or Something") Before You Know What Being Gay Or Something ("Or Something") Is
Things Kids In My Neighborhood Have Said To Me About My Dogs
Regnal Sobriquets in Order of Intimidation, Intensity, and "It Factor"
We Wasted Too Much Time Fighting About Blog Recipe Preambles When The Real Problem Has Always Been "Fun" Snack Label Backstories
After A Long Pause, I Love To Laugh The King Laugh
Oh Wow – I Hadn't Even Noticed I'd Grown Darkly Handsome
William F. Buckley's "God and Man At Yale" But This Time It Gradually, Almost Imperceptibly, Becomes Entirely About Peat Bogs
The New York Times* Best Seller List** If We're Only Counting Books About Weight Loss My Mother Hoped I Would Read Between 2000-2019
If Your Mom Owned "Reviving Ophelia" in 1995, My Best Guess For Her Non-Fiction Purchases In Each Subsequent Year
First Of All, There's Nothing Charlotte of "Charlotte's Web" Says About Wilbur That Isn't Also True Of The Virgin Mary
Everyone Was Playing A Big Game Of Tug-Of-War But No One Would Admit It
A Little Life or The Count of Monte Cristo?
Why Not Simply Eat?
A Special Little Guy Running Around: Collecting Compliments in Ocarina of Time
I’m Terribly Sorry, I Simply Don’t Know How Much Money My Husband Makes — I Really Couldn’t Say