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Baylor University, Department of English. Bowling Green State University. Emory University Creative Writing Program.
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And John T Price, who knows how to bend a sentence like Baby bends that head—"completely backward, allowing him to stare at you upside down with his glassy eyes. You will also meet Steph, John's tolerant, positive wife and the mother of his two rambunctious nature-loving boys. You will never meet the novel John is never working on, due to teaching creative writing, repairing an old house with too many levels of decay, resisting doctor's visits who needs the bad news?
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But no, the next chapter brings new pleasures. New views on family life that make you say "oh, yeah, that's it!
And we could use some redemption, these days, help pulling our heads out of our own sorrows. If you've never had kids, there is the added bonus of gaining access to the adorable and maddening and crazy-great things toddlers say and do.
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I loved sharing the insider's view. And not cleaning up any messes!
I met John Price at a literary conference in Kansas, and then heard him read in Denver. That's where I met Baby.