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Click here to read the complete Fall | Winter 2019 issue or link to individual articles below.
Perspective from the Executive Director
By Caroline Lowery
Post | Social Media | Messages
The Editor's Desk
By Carla Walker
Miller Time: When the End Wasn't
The man who predicted the end of the world.
By Matt McCook
A Literary Take on Time
Stories and poems reveal our obsession with time.
By Christopher Malone
The New Year: A Touchstone for Time
The ritual and revelry of marking the New Year.
By Alexis McCrossen
Perspectives on Time.
A writer's search for what endures.
By Stephen Goodwin
Against Tinsel and Trickery: Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
Communicating the tenuous threads of connection.
By John Bruce
Time Is a Tiger
The imaginative worlds of Jorge Luis Borges.
By Pedro Blas Gonzalez
Patience And Other Lessons of Time
By Pamela Chew
Losing Time -- And Finding It
Memories are the true timekeepers.
By Kimberly Roblin
From the Board of Trustees | 2018 Annual Report
By Dr. Scott LaMascus