All the books we must read

I'm about to say the most suburban, stereotypical, adult thing I have ever said, but... well... here goes: In my book club this month, Ok, that wasn't so bad. In my book club this month, we read All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. I had never heard of it before, being as... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Books

Recently, our town added a completely cute new feature to our bus stops: book shelves!   I started to read random books to my kids while killing time after gan. What a lovely example. Week 21: Books "A new book smells great. An old book smells even better. An old book smells like ancient Egypt."... Continue Reading →

DYK? Australian Etiquette dictates…

I'm enjoying the bizarrity of finding this book at the State Library of Victoria today: Published in 1885, it's pretty thorough on the type of behavior expected from true-blue Aussie ladies and gentlemen. How to propose marriage, how to accept or reject them. How to grow your beard, how to deal with hangnails. I like... Continue Reading →

That’s a lot of Keret.

Have I mentioned that I totally dig Etgar Keret? In college I took a creative writing class that focused on 'short short stories.' Like, really short. Micro short. Blogger short. Ever since reading The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God I realized that this guy was doing what I wanted to be doing with... Continue Reading →

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