“Beloved” by Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison is historically psychologically racially speaking for generations and people who have been oppressed and are still oppressed. Matthew Zapruder is a contemporary whose work tries to connect poetry to the average American – ties an overwhelmingly compassionate mentor persona.

Submission by Sandra Morin in Chicago, IL

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  1. Leoxhers says:

    Aug 25, 2012

    to be awful, my present Win7 isn’t as good as XP but I’ve never had a sueoirs issue. Considered Linux,a0 but the learning curve is long and I’ve never had a good experience with Macs. Which are, by the way, not completely invulnerable to viruses themselves.Virus protection to me, that’s as necessary as looking both ways before you cross the road. Of course you run a good AV program, update it regularly and scan at the slightest excuse. And I learned the hard way a *long* time ago to compulsively back stuff up again, routine precautions. I’ve been using Windows, though, for 15 years not just for fiction, but also for freelance copywriting/editing/journalism/etc. Far from perfect, but I don’t think it’s nearly the shoddy mess you’ve called it.

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