Tips for Creating a Family Tree, Heritage or Genealogy Photo Book |
**Post updated March 2020**With the passing of a beloved aunt a few months ago, I acquired a box of old family photos that she had stashed away. As I went through them they brought back fond memories of my childhood, and a small amount of horror as I saw a few of my hideous hairdos […]
Elizabeth Bishop poetry speaks to modern women, old times - The Boston Globe
Born in Worcester, Elizabeth Bishop, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and onetime poet laureate of the United States, had no fond feelings for the place of her birth. Yet she was an unmistakable product of New England, says the novelist Colm Toibin, whose book-length essay “On Elizabeth Bishop” has just been published as part of Princeton University Press’s “Writers on Writers” series.