About Dr. Matthew PiferDr. Pifer is an associate professor of English at Husson University in Bangor, Maine. He teaches courses in American Literature, Native American Literature, composition, creative writing, and professional writing.
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he Victorians used flowers as symbols to subtly suggest, often playfully, meanings that might otherwise offend a more stayed sensibility. Continue reading
[Disclaimer: Do not assume that anything you read here is autobiographical (even if you are sure it is) unless you take the time to sit with me over a beer or whiskey and have an intimate conversation. Remember that while … Continue reading
(See “An Adventure a week . . .” for a description of this project) Week of February 26 Your straight lip wavered, maturing to a frown, stuck for one breath to a tooth.
(See “An Adventure a Week . . .” for a description of this project) Week of February 19, 2012 One evening after work, I found myself staring at the wall, lost in thought and unable to move. I would say … Continue reading
(see “An Adventure a Week . . .” post for an explanation of this project) Week of February 12 In from the needling cold, I enter The Gracie theater, with its roof shaped like a gentle ocean wave or a … Continue reading