November 16th, 2010 / 11:30 am
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If you like Wallace Stevens

Greg Gerke is curating a week-long tribute to Wallace Stevens set to include interviews with and tributes by James Longenbach, James Robison, Ken Sparling, Eleanor Cook (author of The Reader’s Guide to Wallace Stevens), Cooper Renner, Me, William Walsh, Jamie Iredell and others. Check it out.

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  1. deadgod

      In particular, people suppose that there must be an immense amount of dishonesty in the way claims are made. yet every man knows that he will have to establish his claim. Besides, to make a dishonest claim requires an intention to defraud the company. The danger from ignorance is far greater. A claim man is constantly separating the good from the bad. Some of the bad is due to a disposition to claim everything and let the company look after itself; some of it is due to improper constructions placed on language used by the company; some of it is due to a willingness to make a nuisance of yourself unless you are bought off. But most of it is due to ignorance. “Read your policy” relates to ignorance.

      –Stevens, Surety and Fidelity Claims