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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: Songs, poems, stories, etc., transmitted orally across generations.
A blend of oral + literature. Earliest documented use: 1976.
“Tanya Evanson: I’m interested in pushing those boundaries, and seeing how literature, and, by extension, orature, can be presented live.”
Lynn Saxberg; Poetry in Motion; The Ottawa Citizen (Canada); Aug 23, 2018.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:The surest sign of intelligent life in the universe is that they haven't attempted to contact us. -Bill Watterson, comic strip artist (b. 5 Jul 1958)