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January 21, 2011

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So, so true and well written, Anna. I've been meaning to do a why stories are important post forever, but there's just so much to say. You really captured it beautifully.

Yes, and isn't making literature and journalist students take creative writing a little like making them expand their abilities through play? Doesn't this seem a bit reminiscent of this:

http://lagomorph.org/2011/01/19/gamers-save-the-world/

I realize this may just be my obsession, but I think there's a thematic link here....

Wonderful post! Can't wait to see what unfolds.

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