By Lindsay Lynch

Lindsay Lynch is a freelance writer and illustrator, who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Her favorite author/food pun is either "Edgar Allan Po'Boy" or "Toni S'Morrison."

  1. “The White Marmorean Flock” does not, as I initially thought, have anything to do with mammary glands or geese. It is a term, created by Nathaniel Hawthorne and then coined by Henry James, for a group of nineteenth century American expatriate lady sculptors working in the Neoclassical style: Louisa Lander, Harriet Hosmer, Anne Whitney, Emma Stebbins, Edmonia Lewis, Margaret Foley, Florence Freeman, and Vinnie Ream. Wikipedia generously divides them into the category of

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