Dave Griffith is the author of "A Good War is Hard to Find: The Art of Violence in America" (Soft Skull). His essays and reviews have been published in the Utne Reader, IMAGE, and The Normal School, and on-line at Killing the Buddha and Bookslut. He is at work on a manuscript titled "Pyramid Scheme: Making Art and Being Broke in America." He is Assistant Professor of English at Sweet Briar College, and is a frequent contributor to IMAGE's Good Letters blog.
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David Griffith's Last Word
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