Chris Haven has recent or forthcoming work in Versal, Nimrod, Louisville Review, and Poet’s Market. Selections from his Terrible Emmanuel series won the 2012 Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Prize from Seneca Review. He teaches creative writing at Grand Valley State University. The Brady Bunch piece is part of a series of work he’s doing on the 1970s, and as Woody Guthrie might have said, there ain’t nobody that can hum like him.
The Brady Bunch: A Hermenuetics by Chris Haven
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