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Bibliophile Tue Jan 16 2018 14:48:28 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- You know, life is just programmed chaos. Everybody starts out on one sidethats the programmed part. But then chaos happens, and our album flips. We get fat or thin, or dye our hair and pierce our nose. But those are just our outsides. Our insides are
Cat Knits Coss 1988 I am going to guess every librarian knitter/cat lover will be rushing to the stacks to grab this book with their knitting needles locked and loaded! Who wouldn’t love to get their needles going on a big sweater that emph
Congratulations to Justin Green. His Winning Submission for the bookplate contest was:Don't Shoot- I thought it was You.======================================================================= eList 22 - BookplatesBay Leaf Books is please
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely Jana at The Artsy Reader Girl.I tend to be loose with any bookish goals I set because I do not want my reading or blogging to become too much of a chore. It is something I do for myself. Still, there i
As we settle into 2018, here are six of the best debut novels to read and discuss during the year. If you love books about place and community, Golden Hill, The Big Dry and If the Creek Don't Rise all transport readers to the streets of small towns a
Anwen Crawford‘s article inNew Yorker,“The Letters of Sylvia Plath and the Transformation of the Poet’s Voice,”will be reassuring to many. Like the rest of us, Plath’s early work was “awful.
The Power of Meaning, Emily Esfahani Smith (M, 20s, red dyed beard, Dog Dad black beanie, unicorn backpack with unicorn stuffed charm attached, black coat, G train)
After reading Pamela Paul’sMy Life With Bob, I realised that I needed to do something about my lists of books. As I mentioned in my review, I’ve kept a list of the books I’ve read since 2002 – well, IAfter read
“Nowadays, in a time when most umbrellas aren’t worth the stealing and are tossed aside like sweet wrappers when they fail, umbrella theft and ‘frightful moralities’ have been largely replaced by general indiff
I was recently on vacation, in Lyon and Burgundy, a food-and-wine vacation, of little literary interest.  Well, try the Memoirs of Phillippe de Commines for some firsthand Burgundy history.  The Duchy, not the wine, I mean.Aside fro
Fraud, Edward J. Balleisen (F, 20s, black hair in ponytail, blue Calvin Klein fleece, purple backpack in lap, E train)
Ann Quin. The Unmapped Country: Stories & Fragments. And Other Stories, 2018. “The Unmapped Country,” which is the title story from this just-released collection of writings by Ann Quin (1936-1973), mig