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Yet more of the columnist’s devoted readers urge him to write again when his health improves.
Readers from Wisconsin, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, California, Maine, Michigan, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Washington state, Arizona, Missouri –and of course Iowa–urge Don to write again when he recovers.
This week’s OtherWords editorial package features Sam Pizzigati’s first column.
The columnist’s devoted readers describe his impact on their lives and urge him to write again when his health improves.
We’ve heard from dozens of readers as far away as Poland but hundreds of emails were probably lost.
Donald Kaul explains his indefinite hiatus in his own words.
I have to figure out whether I want to spend my last years writing about this new country.
With all that ink running in his veins, no stupid heart attack could interfere with a deadline.
Holding your nose helps when you write about politics.
His take on the Nixon aide who became a conservative Christian leader after serving time generated many letters to the editor.
This bazzilionaire, alas, only has her golden sense of humor to offer.
A long-term unemployed worker responds to Karen Dolan’s op-ed.
One column continues to either fascinate or irritate religious readers who apparently don’t appreciate Don’s sarcasm.
One reader says she’s having “a hard time imagining spending money” bearing President Reagan’s picture.