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Gift of Water

By Jonathon Johnson Waters of My Migrations: Marquette.  Most summer afternoons, I walk down to the harbor, buy a chunk of smoked whitefish from Thill’s Fish House, row out in a wooden dory, pull in my oars, and drift. I read, eat my fish, and if a line or two of poetry comes to me, […]

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Remembering the English major

By Jonathon Johnson Jim Harrison, best known for penning Legends of the Fall, died in his Arizona home March 26 at the age of 78. A prolific author who published 21 volumes of fiction and 14 books of poetry, among other creative works, Harrison would often visit the Upper Peninsula. A lover of the natural world, […]

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