Dispatches From Adjunct Faculty at a Large State University: Dispatch 3: On Tenacity
by Oronte Churm (8/24/2005)

Your New Personal Trainer
by Jason Roeder (8/24/2005)

Your Children Are Destroying the Neighborhood
by Elizabeth Urello (8/23/2005)

List: Klingon Fairy Tales
by Mike Richardson-Bryan (8/22/2005)

List: Things Koala Bears Would Say
by Tim Weinman (8/19/2005)

List: Other Poll Questions That May One Day Appear on an Unnamed Internet News Website, Given Its Recently Asked Question “Have You Ever Been in an Accident Involving a Plane?” Following the Air France Crash
by Meredith O'Donnell and Tracey Harrington (8/19/2005)

List: Poorly Selling T-Shirts,
by Josh Knisely (8/19/2005)

Monologue: Alfred Hitchcock Complains About His Hotel Room
by Andrew Meek (8/19/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Spider in the Upper Right-Hand Corner of the Skylight in My Flat
by Peter Ruescher (8/19/2005)

The Weekly Column of a Local-Newspaper Ombudsman Attempting to Communicate His Marital Frustrations Through His Work
by Michael Ward (8/18/2005)

Sestina: Back to the Ground: Tanglewood Music Festival, Lenox, Massachusetts
by Stuart Greenhouse (8/18/2005)

List: Elements Waiting Patiently for Inclusion on the Periodic Table
by Katie McHugh and Scott Gold (8/17/2005)

List: Ways One Could, in Theory, Fight the Seether
by Stephen Walsh (8/17/2005)

List: Nonverbal Cues in Bizarro’s World
by Ted Sanchez (8/17/2005)

“Save Our Forests” Symposium, Day 1: Opening Remarks
by José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço (8/17/2005)

Thirty-Nine Questions for Charlie Daniels Upon Hearing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” for the First Time in 25 Years
by John Moe (8/16/2005)

Your Street-Harassment Questions Answered
by Wendy Molyneux (8/15/2005)

Dispatches From Roy Kesey, An American Guy Married to a Peruvian Diplomat Living in China: Dispatch 23: Nanchang and Environs, Part III: More Lushan
by Roy Kesey (8/14/2005)

Dan Kennedy Solves Your Problems With Paper: Part 15
by Dan Kennedy (8/13/2005)

List: Things My Brother Has That I Don’t
by Scott Evan Newcomb (8/12/2005)

List: Ten Precepts From The Art of War That Never Made It Past Sun Tzu’s Editor
by John Kearney (8/12/2005)

A Toast to Randy, the Oldest Son in My Secret Family
by John Jodzio (8/12/2005)

Dispatches From Adjunct Faculty at a Large State University: Dispatch 2: On Jaundice
by Oronte Churm (8/11/2005)

List: Acts Prohibited by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Proposed Flag-Burning Amendment
by James Erwin (8/10/2005)

List: Less-Threatening Islamist Groups
by Chris Wilkinson (8/10/2005)

List: Seven Band Names That Would Be Impossible to Book
by Mike Hampton (8/10/2005)

Ask Your Doctor
by Aran Kadar (8/10/2005)

Where Are They Now?
by Teddy Wayne (8/9/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Cat, Who Pushes Glasses Off the Kitchen Counter While We’re Trying to Sleep
by Jonelle Seitz and Radford Seitz (8/9/2005)

Short Essays on Favorite Songs, Inspired by Nick Hornby’s Songbook: Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish.”
by Kate Leahy (8/7/2005)

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