Laurel Wroten writes:
Dear Garrison Keillor,
On the matter of a title for your new novel: since it's about a Lutheran from Minnesota, perhaps you should consider "The Unbearable Whiteness of Being."
You're funny. How come you're not writing for our show, huh? Get busy. GK
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