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Online Classes Can Be More Intimate Than In-Person

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Alone Girl

I remember studying Art History, as my Minor, in a university decades ago. What do I remember about it, exactly?

One day an instructor showed us Mark Rothko paintings projected on a big screen. I’d always loved his work, whether in books or at museums, but I’d never seen the art that large, one slide after another. So deeply…

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Tantra Bensko

Tantra Bensko

Gold-medal-winning psychological suspense novelist, writing Instructor, manuscript editor living in Berkeley.

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