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Guest Post: Mark Engleson on When Lack of Social Grace Crosses the Line
Posted on July 27, 2020 by Casey Blair
When Lack of Social Grace Crosses the Line An autistic responds to “The Shealy Logs” (Burgin Mathews, No Depression, Spring 2020) In “The Shealy Logs,” Burgin Mathews relates the story of John Shealy, who created decades of logs of performances … Continue reading →
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