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Brian Sousa is the author of the novel-in-stories Almost Gone and his fiction and poetry has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. He teaches at Boston College, edits the music and culture online magazine Mule Variations, and plays guitar in the band Ocean*Transfer.

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Brian Sousa I just try to push through it, or work on something else - a poem, a new story - or a piece of music.
Brian Sousa The best thing? Being able to do one of my favorite things in the world, and actually have others read it!
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This Dream of You - An Essay on Finally Seeing Bob Dylan

People tell me it's a sin
To know and feel too much within


Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks is playing on my stereo, and I’m blowing the dust off of old photos, and paging through the weathered journals that I find next to them.

In short, I am packing. We are moving.

When I look through my tattered diaries, the words dig into my palms. It’s funny: the paragraphs and lines provide snapshots of my life Read more of this blog post »
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