WORD XXI: MICHAEL CHABON

“And there were so many Pittsburgh poets in my hallway that if, at that instant, a meteorite had come smashing through my roof, there would never have been another stanza written about rusting fathers and impotent steelworks and the Bessemer converter of love.”

–Michael Chabon, Wonder Boys

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