Posts tagged Michele Christle

Sometimes one’s sister receives a book for Christmas and one realizes life is about to reveal "many meanings captured in a small space." Then one begins very much to look forward to 2014.

Sometimes one’s sister receives a book for Christmas and one realizes life is about to reveal "many meanings captured in a small space." Then one begins very much to look forward to 2014.

My sister has a copy of the 1964 edition of this book. Before she owned it, it belonged to our mother. Before our mother owned it, it belonged to Donovan. He was her neighbor.
My sister writes here. She writes about our mother and Donovan and all sorts here.

My sister has a copy of the 1964 edition of this book. Before she owned it, it belonged to our mother. Before our mother owned it, it belonged to Donovan. He was her neighbor.

My sister writes here. She writes about our mother and Donovan and all sorts here.

These woods are behind many empty structures. Emptied of humans, or legal ones. There is an abandoned house next to ours, with a sprawling yard of chicken coops and open gates for long gone animals. Next to it, the infamous Oronoka restaurant, once lauded for its signature steaks, free birthday cakes, glass boots full of beer, remembered for the three hours it took to eat a meal there. The restaurant closed in 2003 but locals say the tables inside are still set.
Michele Christle writes about her new life in Orono, Maine.

Remember the Michele Christle I told you about? She ran a marathon the other day. Now she’s answering questions over at the Kenyon Review blog. What next?

I’m in the midst of transcribing a conversation between myself and two writers I adore: Rachel B. Glaser and my sister—Michele Christle. It so happens that the latter has a story in the new issue of the Kenyon Review, and it so happens that I think it’s great. We talk about it in the interview, which I’ll link to when it goes up, but in the meantime, maybe you want to get your hands on a copy?
(Photo by the extraordinary Emily Hunt.)

I’m in the midst of transcribing a conversation between myself and two writers I adore: Rachel B. Glaser and my sister—Michele Christle. It so happens that the latter has a story in the new issue of the Kenyon Review, and it so happens that I think it’s great. We talk about it in the interview, which I’ll link to when it goes up, but in the meantime, maybe you want to get your hands on a copy?

(Photo by the extraordinary Emily Hunt.)

News for today: Michele Christle is now tweeting.

News for today: Michele Christle is now tweeting.