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William RampSmall Things Recollected (a column about paying attention to overlooked, remnant, and broken things, small cracks in big realities, and graffiti at the edges of big pictures, by Dr. William Ramp, sociologist by profession, historian by avocation, dreamer by inclination) Most recent post . . .

Will BalkEpicurus Porch (picked-just-at-peak offerings from a Low Country, South Carolina home and garden by bibliophile and Humanist William A. Balk, Jr.) Most recent post . . .

Philip Nikolayev Weekly Hubris author picThe Art of Forgetting (Poet Philip Nikolayev explores experience, memory, forgetting, and elements of the poetic process of reality) Most recent post . . .

Jean Nolan

More Light (Goethes famous last words are simply a jumping off place for California-based poet-essayist Jean Carroll NolanMost recent post . . .

Ted-BalkDispatches from The Esso Club (Sand Hills native Ted Balk expounds on this, that and, often, the other from the front porch or, in winter, the Democrats’ side of the bar, at Clemson’s famous watering hole, The Esso Club) Most recent post . . .

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Miriam’s Well comprises poems from an ongoing poem cycle (“Erotica and Longing During The Plague”) by activist/organizer/advocate-for-the-unhoused Mimi German  Most recent post . . .

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Many Gardens (dispatches on social justice, gardening, and service by Pauline Panagiotou SchneiderMost recent post . . .

Dr. Jozefien De Bock, Weekly Hubris

Trying to Figure It Out (personal and political reflections from Ghent, Brussels, by new mother and historian Dr. Jozefien De Bock) Most recent post . . .

Beau Oiseau, Weekly HubrisTwo-Spirited (Deep-South academic Beau Oiseau files tentative dispatches by a late-arriving Nonbinary who has crossed over from the realms of men) Most recent post . . .

Adrienne Mayor, Weekly HubrisCollected Curiosities (historian of ancient science and folklore Dr. Adrienne Mayor writes of tattoos, mythological beasts, and huntresses, etc., etc., etc., from Stanford, California) Most recent post . . .

Dean Pratt

Vinyl Tap (comprises recordings selected by trumpeter, Big Band leader, and Ur-collector Dean Pratt from his lifelong record archive: essential listening for the post-vinyl era) Most recent post . . .

Weekly Hubris Phillip DavisOn The Other Side, Chicago numismatist Phillip Davis  responds to his earlier-than-to-νομίσματα calling to poetry  Most recent post . . .

Michael HousePolemicist on History (British barrister Michael House, FRGS makes good on that alphabet soup after his name, sending back illustrated dispatches from far-flung compass points and long-past eras) Most recent post . . .

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Wing + Prayer (liturgical offerings by Presbyterian minister, Rev. Robin White, in which she shares gifts of the spirit with a larger, if virtual, congregation from an analog perch in an Upstate South Carolinian pulpit or kayak)  Most recent post . . .

Don Schofield

Working Through Motherhood  (Reflections from a new, full-time working mom, Annie Carroll Maffeo, who, recovering from postpartum anxiety, still cannot get over the fact that she has created a human and kept said child in one piece) Most recent post . . .

Don Schofield

Imagination’s Favors (Poems, commentary, and musings by Don Schofield, poet, translator, and longtime resident of Athens and Thessaloniki, Greece) Most recent post . . .

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Pawprints on My Bathroom Ceiling (Science Fiction author and illustrator Judith Lawrence Blish contributes impressions from the heart of Athens, Greece: Thisseion) Most recent post . . .

Burt KempnerPinhead Angel (childrens-writer/producer Burt Kempner could count how many angels fit on the head of a pin, but he’d much rather keep his eyes and ears open to the absurdity that clings to him like dollar-store perfume . . .)
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Jerry ZimmermanSquibs & Blurbs (illuminated/-ing art-and-word-things from graphic artist and Aikido Sensei, New Jersey resident Jerry Zimmerman)
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Doris AthanassakisOut of Santorini (themed photo albums by photographer, body-work specialist, world traveler, and multi-media artist Doris Athanassakis, who divides her year amongst Santorini, Athens, Austria, and the Near and Far East) Most recent post . . .

Meredith d'AmbrosioThe Disappearing Land (oil paintings and watercolors by jazz singer, composer/lyricist, and recording artist Meredith d’Ambrosio, who draws her inspiration primarily from France, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Massachusetts, and other visually indelible areas of North America) Most recent post . . .

Sanford RoseDolors & Sense (at times perhaps more dolorous than sensible, a literate column on medicine, health, history, and social trends by former Fortune Magazine editor, Sanford Rose)
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Stefanos ChristoforosBreach of Close (Stefanos Cristoforos writes here as an amateur on art, memory, language, identity and, increasingly, about politics and the crisis in Greece. Writing about them, he says, feels like trespassing on other people’s intellectual turf, hence Breach of Close, an old legal term for “breaking a man’s close”, to wit, trespassing) Most recent post . . .

John IdolOut to Pastoral (John Idol revels in nature, poetry, personal experience, politics and . . . whatever, from The Tarheel State, North Carolina)
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Hardin Butcher This IS My Day Gig! (or, “Have Trumpet, will Travel”, follows the career and continuing education of musician/musicologist Hardin Butcher, a composition still in progress)
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Vassilis ZambarasVazamBam (aka Vassilis Zambaras, poet in residence in The Peloponnese, Hellas, offers a poem plus lyrical, colored-local commentary)
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Wayne MerglerAbove The Timberline (dispatches from Alaska by long-ago-transplanted Lower-48’er, the sane but witty Wayne Mergler)
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Emily HipchenCan’t Say As I Ever Did (Emily Hipchen, non-fiction writer extraordinaire, has been arm-wrestled into contributing to Weekly Hubris, filing from her current academic-and-other perch in Georgia. She describes herself as a “locavore vegetarian” and “heirloom rose snob” which, believe me, only begins to limn her true, true nature)
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Barry Danielian Rumi Nation (musician/arranger/trumpeter Barry Danielian, a master teacher of Filipino and Malaysian martial arts, is also a devout, thoughtful and inspiring follower of The Prophet Muhammad, and his column, Rumi Nation, will offer meditations from all the varied spheres of his rich life)
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Alan GauvinMaine Cat (occasional columns from repatriated-to-the-Maine-woods-from-NYC saxophonist, graphic artist and photographer, Alan Gauvin, ably assisted or thwarted by Moose the Cat) Most recent post . . .

David C. Loya on Weekly HubrisRenegade Lens™ (cinematically gripping rants on sex, film, politics, religion, and Rock & Roll written and directed by award-winning Conscious Filmmaker®, David Christopher LoyaMost recent post . . .

Becky Sakellariou

Where Words Go (here is Becky Dennison Sakellariou, poet, writer, educator, counselor, grandmother, choralist, seeker, accepter and all the other titles we carry, hoping to make sense of the world somehow or explore how we struggle to make that sense, even it it doesn’t make sense, or maybe to come to the acceptance that it is all random and that we only do what we can.  Hmmmm.  Very philosophical) Most recent post . . .

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